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THE 

GLASGOW DIRECTOKY: , 

CONTAINING A LIST OF THE 

^ercjanw, Manufacturers, CraDeriSf, 

Sfc, Sfc. Sj-c, 
IN THE CITY AND SUBURBS, 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. 

Also, a List of the 

MAGISTRATES, COUNCIL, MERCHANT, AND 
TRADES' HOUSES. 

CORRECTED TILL JULY, 1816. 

TO WHtCH ARE PREFIXED, 

A TABLE OF APPOINTMENTS, 

From JuLT, 1816, till Februart, 1818. 

AND A TABLE OF NEW STAMP DUTIES. 
EIGHTEENTH EDITION. 



GLASGOW: 

PRINTED BY W. LANG, 

For A. M^^eatj Stationer, Trongate. 

PRICE 2s. 6l>. 



The Public are requested ivhen Removals take placm 
or Change of Firms, Sfc. to leave notice thereof at til 
Publisher's Shop, : 05, Trongate, on or before the lOth c 
June, that they muy he inserted in their proper places i 
the nejst EditiGn. 



By attending to this Notice, the Public mil be doin 

'justice to fherf'.'^e'ves^ and enable the Publisher to mah 

the Lists more CQmplete. 



INDEX. 



Page. 

iiist of Streets, 5 

Names Omitted, 169 

Banks, 169 

Public Offices, 171 

Fire & Iiisurance Offices, 173 

Porters' Fees, , 174 

Coal Porters, 175 



Page 

Carters' Fees, 176 

Table of Freights, 178 

Packets and Traders upon 7 
Clyde and the Canals, S 
A'lail & Stage Coaches, 182, 183 

Carriers' Quarters, 184 

Managers, &c. of Police, 189 



3 

TABLE OF APPOINTMENTS. 

Froyn July, 1816, till February, 1818. 



August, 1816. | February, 1817. 
'hurs.l S 15 22 29 Satur. 1 8 15 22 



Frid. 2 9 16 23 30 
Satur. 3 10 17 24 51 
Sun. 4 11 18 25 
Mon. 5 12 19 26 
Tucs, 6 13 20 27 
Wed. 7 14 21 28 

September. 
.un. 1 8 15 22 29 
Mon. 2 9 16 23 30 
Tues. 3 10 17 24 
Wed. 4 11 18 25 
Tlmrs.5 12 19 25 
Frid. 6 13 20 27 
Satur. 7 14 21 28 

October. 
Tues. 1 8 15 22 29 
Wed. 2 9 16 23 30 
Thurs.3 10 17 24 31 
Frid. 4 11 18 25 
Satur. 5 12 19 26 
Sun. 6 13 20 27 
MoH. 7 14 21 28 

November. 
Frid. 1 8 15 22 
Satur. 2 9 16 2o 30 
Sun.. 3 10 17 24 
Mon. 4 11 18 25 
Tues. 5 12 19 26 
Wed. 6 13 20 27 
Thurs.7 14 21 28 

December. 
Sun. 1 8 15 22 29 
Mon. 2 9 16 23 30 
Tues. 3 10 17 24 31 
11 18 25 



Sun. 2 
Mon. 5 



Wed. 4 



Thurs.5 12 19 26 
Frid. 6 13 20 27 
Sarur. 7 14 21 28 
January, 1817. 
Wed. 1 8 15 22 29 



aun. 2 9 16 23 

Mon. 3 10 17 24 

Tues. 4 11 18 25 

Wed. 5 12 19 26 

Thurs.6 13 20 27 

Frid. 7 14 21 28 

March. 

Satur. 1 8 15 22 29 



August, 1817. 
Frid. 1 8 15 22 29 
Satur. 2 9 16 23 30 
Sun. 3 10 17 24 31 
Mon. 4 11 18 25 
Tues. 5 12 19 26 
Wed. 6 13 20 27 
Thurs.7 14 21 28 

September. 
Mon. 1 8 15 22 29 



9 16 23 30 Tues 2 9 16 23 30 



10 17 24 31 
Tues. 4 11 18 25 
Wed. 5 12 19 26 
Thurs.6 13 20' 27 
Frid. 7 14 21 28 

April 
Tues. 1 8 15 22 29 
Wed. 2 9 16 23 30 
Thurs.3 10 17 24 
Frid. 4 11 18 25 
Satur. 5 12 19 26 
Sun. 6 13 20 27 
Mon. 7 14 21 28 

May. 
Thurs.l 8 15 22 29 
Frid. 2 9 16 23 30 
Satur. 3 10 17 24 31 
Sun, 4 11 18 25 
Mon. 5 12 19 26 
Tues. 6 13 20 27 
Wed. 7 14 21 28 

June. 
Sun. 1 8 15 22 29 
Mon. 2 9 16 23 30 
Tues. 3 10 17 24 
Wed. 4 11 18 25 
Thurs.5 12 19 26 
Frill. 6 13 20 27 
Satur. 7 14 21 28 

July. 
Tues. 1 8 15 22 29 



Thi.rs.2 9 16 23 SOiWed, 2 9 16 23 SO 
Frid. 3 10 17 24 31 Thurs.3 10 17 24 31 



Satur. 4 11 18 25 

Sun. 5 12 19 26 

Mon. 6 13 20 27 

fue.s. 7 14 21 28 



Frid. 4 11 18 25 

Satur. 5 12 19 26 

Sun. 6 13 20 27 

Mon. 7 14 21 28 



Wed 3 10 17 24 
Thurs.4 11 18 25 
Frid. 5 12 19 26 
Satur. 6 13 20 27 
Sun. 7 14 21 28 

October. 
Wed. 1 8 15 22 2^ 
Thurs.2 9 16 25 50 
Frid. 3 10 17 24 31 
Satur. 4 11 IS 25 
Sun. 5 12 19 26 
Mon. 6 13 20 27 
Tues. 7 14 21 28 

November. 
Satur. 1 8 15 22 29 
San. 2 9 16 23 30 
Mon. 3 10 17 24 
Tues. 4 11 18 25 " 
Wed. 5 12 19 26 
Thurs.6 13 20 27 
Frid. 7 14 21 28 

December. 
Mon, 1 8 15 22 29 
Tues. 2 9 16 23 30 
Wed. 5 10 17 24 31 
Thurs.4 11 18 25 
Fnd. 5 12 19 26 
Satur. 6 13 20 27 
Sun. 7 14 21 28 
January, 1818. 
Thurs.l 8 15 22 29 
Frid. 2 9 16 23 30 
Satur. 3 10 1 7 24 31 
Sun. 4 11 18 25 
Mon. 5 12 19 26 
Tues. 6 13 20 27 
Wed. 7 14 21 28 



@)tatttp K>lltit09 Commencing 1st Sept. 1815. 

Inland Bills of Exchange, Draft or Order for Payment to the Bearevi 
or Order, on, Demand, or other-wise. 



For £2 and not exceeding £5 \\ 5... 



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FOREIGN BILLS of EXCHANGE. 

For any Sum not exceeding =^100 ...One Shilling & Sixpence. 

Above =£100 and not exceeding 200 ...Three Shillings. 

Above 200 ditto 500 ...Four Shillings. 

Above 500 ditto 1 GOO ...Five Shillings, 

Above 1000 ......ditto 2000 ...Seven Shillings & Sixpence. 

Above 2000 ditto 3000 ...Ten Shillings. 

Above 3000 Fifteen Shillings. 

Evert/ Bill in each Set, is chargeable with the respective Duties. 



RECEIPTS. 



For L.2 and under L.5 2d 

For 5 10 3d 

For 10 20 6d 

For 20 50 Is. Od 

For 50 .....100 Is. 6d 

For 100 200 ,2s. 6d 



For L.200 and under L3pO,..4s Od 

For 300 5bo...5s.Od 

For 500 1000...7S. 6d 

For 1000 and upwards lOs. Od 

In full of all demands, lOs.Od 



Duty on Policies of Insurance to or from any place in the United 
Kingdom, the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, Sark, or Man. 

For every sum of £100 or under, every progressive sum of ;f 100, 
and fractional part of =£ 100, the premium not above 20/ ^ cent, 1/3. 

For the said sums, progressively and fractionally, where the premi- 
um is above 20/ ^ cent , 2/6 

Polices for all other Sea Insurances. 

For every ^100 or under, every progressive sum of =£100, and frac- 
tional part of jflOO, the premium not above 20/ ^ cent 2/6 

For the said sum progressively and fractionally, the premium above 
20/ ^ cent 5/ 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

X)/ Places and Streets in Glasgoxv, tvhick run <!.s 
Jbtlows: 



Adam's Court, 97, Argyll-street, south side 
Adelphi Place, south end of the Wooden Bridge 
Aiton Court and Place, Old Vennal 
Albior.-street, South, from Bell street to Cancn-strect 

" ■ ■ North, from Canon-street to George-street / 

Court, South - Ibiun-stieet 

■ Place, North Aibion-street 
Alston-srreet, Grahan'sfojj, r.orrh from Ai^yll-street 

Argyll" street, from .Sfockv-vell .nd Glas.-f rdstr. to Anderston walk ^ 

— ■ Court, 604, Argylis'reet, North-side 

Antigua Buildings, Nelsoii i.reer 

Balmanno-street, Deanside-brce, George-street. North side 

Barrack-street, from C»^Uo',vf;r)r> ,o Duke-street 

Bath-street, at the upper end of B'lchaaa'^-btreet 

Bell street, from Candleriggs to High-st:eet 

Blackfriars' Wynd, H.gh street. East side i 

Blyth's Court, Virginia street, "West side 

Bo '.vling-Green Court. Bell - street, Nor^h side 

Bridgegate, from Sorkw ell to Sakmarket 

Bridge-street, runsbcu'-h from the end of the New Bridge ' 

Broomielaw, West of ibe New j.) .dge 

Brownfield from Andersto:! 'A'ulk tc Clyde 

Brunswick-street and I'lace, f:o:-n I'rorgace to h.s;,i-ani-£trec^ 

'- Court 57, Brunswick -srree' 

■ lane, foot of Brunswick street, East side 

Bun's Wynd, from High-street to ahuttie-street 
Buchan's Court, Charlotte-lane 

Buchanan. stree-, from Argyll-street to Sauchiehallroad 

's Court, 38, Argyll-Slice. , South side 

's Court, 175, Trop.gate, North side 

Burnside-lane, foot of Havan. ah-street 

BurrelFs Hall and Lancj Duke-street, North-side ' 

Calton entry, East end of Gallowgate, opposite the Sarracic* 
Campbell- street, from Gallowgate to Grtcme-street 
Candleriggs, from 1 /ongate to Ramshorn Church 

— , . Court, opposite Bell-streef 

Canon-street, from Ingr -m-street :o .Shuttle- street 
Carlton Place, South side of the P.iver, between the Bridge*. 
Carsv.ell's Court, 21 2, George-street, North- side 
Castle-street, from Kirk street to ToAvnhead ToU 

A ■■ ■ ' 



Cathcart-street, head of Buchanafi-street, west side 
Clark's Court, 54, Bridgegate ' 

Claythorn-street, opposite Barracks 
Clyde-street, from Jamaica- street to Bridgegate 

East, from the Old Bridge to the New Jail 

Clyde Buildings, South side of the River, below the New Bridg-e 

Coburgh Court, 19, Cochrane-street 

College-street, High-street, opposite the College 

Clyde Terrace, from Carlton Place to Old Bridge 

College, Old and New Court, High-street, East side 

Cochran-street, from Montrose-street to Low John-street 

Cordiners' Court, 24, Stockwell, East side 

Commercial Court, corner of Candleriggs and Canon-street 

charlotte-street, from Gallowgate to Green Dyke 

■■ • lane, from Charlotte-street to St. Andrew's lane 

Craig's Court, 47, Argyll-street, South side 

Crispin Place, Townhead 

Cumberland Court, S85, Gallowgate, South side 

Bobbie's Loan from Castle-street to the Lunatic Asylum 

Deanside, North side of George-street 

Dempster-street, West side of North Frederick-street 

Dovehill, Great, 7 r „ ,, . . /-< 

^ T . J > from Gallowgate to Grseme-street 

Drygate, frohi High-street to East end of Duke-street 
Dunlop-street, from Argyll-street to Jackson-street 
Duke-street, from High-street to foot of Drygate 
Dundas-street, from George- street to Bath-street 

Frederick-street, North, from George's Square to Stirling's Road/ 

' So<ith, from Ingrairi-street to George's Square 

■: lane, from North Frederick-street to North Hanover-str. 



Gallowgate, from the Cross^ to Gallowgate Toll 
Galloway's Court, yl, Glassford-street, West side 
Garthland-street, from Hutcheson-street to Glassford-street 
George-street, from Dukt'-street to George's Square 

. West, from George's Square to George's Church 

-'s Square, West end of George-street and Cochran-street 



Gibson-street, Souch side Gallowgate, near Barracks 

Glassford-street, from Stockwell to Ingram-street 

Gordon street, from Buchanan- street to Union Place 

Gorbals, South end of the Old Bridge 

Adelphi-street, Hospital-street, ^ Narrow- street, 

Buchan-street, Kirk-stieet, Nicholson-street, 

Carlton Place, Mam- street, Portland-street, 

Crown-street, IV-uirhead street, Rutherglen Loan, 

Clyde-street, IVJalta-street, St. Niniari-street, 

Go van-street, Moncrief-street, Thistle- street, 



Grahamston, West end of Argyll-street, North side 
Graham's Square, near Gallowgate Toll 

Buildings, 192, George-street 

Grseme-street, from Old Vennal to Campbell-street 
Greyfriar's Wynd, High-street, opposite the College Church 

Hamilton-street, from High John-street to North Frederick- street 
Hamilton-street, Great, from St. Mungo's Lane to Craignestock ' 
Hanover- street. North, North side of George's Square , 

South, from Ingram- street to George's Square 

Havannah-street, from High- street to Burnside-lane 

Henderson's Court, 10, Jamaica-street, East side 

High street, from the Cross to Drygate 

Hill-street, from Duke-street to Gallowgate 

Horn's Court, entry to St. Enoch's Square 

Howard street, from Jamaica-streel to Maxwell-street 

Hutcheson-street, from Trongate to Ingram-street 

Hutcheson Town, at the South end of the Wooden- Bridge 

Hutton's Court, Ropework entry, Stockwell 

Ingram-street, from Candleriggs to Queen-street 

— — — 's Court, 8, Ingram-street, South side 

Inkle Factory Lane, from Shuttle-street to North Albion-street 

Jamaica-street, from Argyll- street to the New Bridge 
Jamieson's Court, 43 & 47, Kin^-street 
Jackson-street, from Stockwell to Dunlop-street 
John-street, High, from George- street to Stirling's Road 
■ — — Low, from Ingrafti- street to George-street 

Kent-street, from Gallowgate to Hamilton-street 
Kensington Place, Sauchiehall Road 
King-street, from Trongate to Bridgegate 
Kirk-strfeet from Drygate to the High- Church 

Laigh Kirk close,, from Trongate to Prince's street 
Lawson's Court, 62, do. South side 

Leitch's Court, 78, do. do. 

Lyceum Court, South Albion-street 

Madeira Court, West end of Argyll-street, South side 
Manhattan Buildings, South Hanover-street 
Market Lane, Low John- street, East side 
Marlboro' Street South of Gallowgate Toll 
Marshall-street, opposite the Barracks 
Maxwell-street, South from Argyll-street to Clyde-sti?eet 
Melville Place, 1S2, Trongate, Nprth side 
Msntrese-streetjirom Ingram-street to Stirling's Read 

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• 8 

Mobdie's Court, 13, Argyll-street, South side 
Morrison's Cqurt, 595, do. North side 
.Miller-street- from Argyll-street to Ingram-street 
Iviitchell-street, from Argyll-street to Gordon-street 

Nelson -.street, from Trongate to Bell-street 
Nile-street, at che Gallowgate Bridge, North side 
, — West, from Mitchell-street to Bath-street 

Portland street, from George-street to Rottenrow 

Port Dundas, Canal New Bason 

Port Eglinton, Paisley Canal Bason 

Prmce's street, from Saltmarket to King-street 

Provan-Place, High Montrose- street 

Queen-street, from Argyll-street to George's Square 

Reid's Court, 169, Trongate, North side 
Richmond-street, from Montrose street to Portland-^Btreet 
Robertson-street, Anderston Walk 
■ " ■ ■ ■ — 's Court, 88, Argyll-street 
Rottenrow, from Drygate to High John-street 

Saltmarket, from the Cross to the Low Green 

Sandyford, West end of Anderston 

St. Afidrew-street, from Saltmarket to St. Andrew's Square 

— -— 's Square, principal enti-y from Saltmarket 

■ " 's Lane, from Gallowgate to -St ^ i^ drew 's Square 
St. Enoch's Square, South side Argyll-street, opposite Euchanan-stf. 

: ■ 's Wynd, do. do. 

St. George's Place, west side of Buchanan-street 

St. Mungo-street, from Kirk-street to thi High Church 

: — 's lane, from Gallowgate to Green entry 

St. Nicholas-street, West side Kirk-street 

St. Vincent-street, from George's Square to Buchanan-street 

f- ' We^t, west side of Buchanan-street 

Shuttle-street, from Canon-street to George-street 
Spoutmoutjli, Gallowgate, North side 
Spreull's'Court, 87, Glassford- street 
Sidney-street, East end of Gallowgate, North side 
■ Court, 6i6, ArgylUstreet,. North side 

Stirling-street, from High-street to South Albion-street 

's Square, Stirling-street, North side 

— ^ 's RjDad, from High John-street to 1 ownhead toll 

Stockvvejl,,from Glassford-street to Old Bridge 
SuiFolk -street, from St. Mungo's Lane to Kent-Street 
Stormont-street, .East side of Maxwell-street 



Tarbet-street, Deanside-brae 

Tay^or-streef, from Rottenrow to Stirling's Road 

Tontine Buildings and Court, at the Exchange 

Tradeston, at the South end of the New Bridge 

Bridge-street, Dale-street, Queen- stree|;^ 

Center-street, King-street, West-stroet. 

Clyde-street and Buildings, 

Trafalgar Place, facing Broomielaw Quay 

Trongate, from the Cross to Stockwell and Glassford- street 

Turner's Court, 43, Argyll-street, South side 

Union Place, Argyll-street, opposite Jamaica-street 

Court, corner of Union Place, Argyll-street, North side 

Virginia-street, from Argyll-street to Ingram-street. 
Vennal, Old, from High-street to Grseme-street 
New, ?Iigh-street, East side, tieac the College 

Wallace Court, Bell-street, South-side • 

Watson's Court, 375, Gallowgate 
Weaver-street, from Rottenrow to Stirling's Road 
Wellington Place, South end of the Wooden Bridge 

' Court, 22, Argyll-street 

Wilson-street, from Gandleriggs to Virginia-street 

's Court, 29, Argyll-street, South side 

Wynd, Old, -^ , 

— — — New, C from Trongate to Bridgegate. 

■ Back, 3 

York- street and Place, Anderston-walk 

Young-street, from Gallowgate Toll-bar to Duke-street 

LIST OF FIPvE COCKS, AND WHERE PLACEI5. 

Number of 

_Cocks in Names of Streets. Where Placed. 

each street. 

1 Albion-street, - - At Fire Engine House, 

^ Argyll do. - - - Corner of St. Enoch's Wynd, and foot 
of Union- Place, East side. 

1 Balmanno do. - = - Corner of Tarbet-Street. 

2 Barrack do,- - » - No. 110, and lower end of the Barrack 

wall. 

3 Bridegate do, - . - No. 96, 151, and at the well. 

3 Buchanan do. - — No. 52, 65, & foot of the Street, E. side^ 

3 Candleriggsdo.- - No. 58, 78, & 81. 

I Canon do. - - - - No. \ 5. 

1 Cochran do. - - -- Corner of Low John-Street, East side; 

1 dlaythorn do.- - - Corner of King-Street, Calton. 

1 Charlotte do. - - - Corner of the Lane, 

1 Dovehill, Great, - No. 36. 
A 3 



.10 

Number of 

Co els in Names of Streets. Where Placed. 

each street. 

1 DovehilJ, Little, - No. 19. " ,, 

2 Drygate-Street, - - Corner of Kirk-Street, and No. 106. 
1 Dmilop do. - - T - No. 38. 

1 Duke do.- - - - - No. 429. 

1 Frederick do - - Entr;.' to Dempster-Street. 

9 G^llowgate do. - No. 75, 117, 147, 168, 552, 349, 3'^9, 

414, & 435. 
5 George's do. - - - Na. 54, at Millar's school, No. BB, 192, 

& 210. 
1 Do. West, r - - - Corner of George's Square. 

1 Gibson Street - - - No. 7. 

2 G^asiford do. - - - No. 31, and 85. 

I Hamilton do. Corner of John- Street. 

1 Hanover do. Corner of Frederick Lane. 

1 Havannahdo. - - - No. 91. 

7 High do. — - - - Corner of George's-St. No. 44, 254, 240, 
265, 293, & 312. 

2 Hxitcheson do. - - No. 19 and 37. 

1 Jamaica do.-,- - - No. 20. 

2 Ingram do. - - - - Corner of John- Street and South Han- 

over-Street. 

1 Kent do. - - - - - Corner of Suffolk- Street. 

2 King do. ■- - - - - No. 6 1 , & at the foot of the St. W. side. • 
1 Maxwell do. - - - Corner of Stormont-Street. 

1 Montrose do. - - - No, 6. 

3 Miller do. - - - - No. 46, 58, and foot of the St. E. side. 

2 New Wynd, - - No. 11, ar.d 64. 

2 Old do. - - - - No. 16, and42. 

1 Portland-Street, - Corner of Richmond-Street. 

1 Prince's do.- - - - Corner of Laigh Kirk Closs. 

3 Queen do. - - - - No, 47, 56, & foot of the Street, E. side. 
1 Richmond do. - - - Corner.of Portland-Street. 

1 Rottenrow do. - - No. 116. 

4 Saltmarket do, - - No. 25, 40, 85, & head of the St. E. side 
3 St. Andrew Square, No. 20, 29,& centre of the S. side behind 
1 St. Enoch's Wynd, No. 51. 

1 ■ Stirling-Street,- -^No. 14. 
'S Stockwell do- - - No. 55, 89, and 1,51. 

5 Trongate do. No. 51, 75, 92, 155, & 160. 

1 Tureen do. - - - No. 21. 

3 Turner's Court,- - No. 43. _ 

3 Virginia -Street,- - No. 17, 45, & foot of the St.E. corner. 

1 Vennal, New,- -. - No. 42. 

1 Wilson-Street, - - No. 31. 
N, B. — The fire engines are under the management of rhe • oni" 
missionersof Police, Keys fo.'- them to be foi'V;c! ii* Police Office. • 
James Black, Superintendent, who resides at the office. 



11 

Magistrates and Town Coimcil of Glasgoh^ 

The Hon. HENRY MONTEITH, Lord Provost. 

Andw. Templeton, Esq."^ 

William Leckie^ Esq. C Merchant Baillies. 

Williair Muir, Esq. 3 

Robert Hood Esq " 7 ^^^^^^, ^^.^,.^^^ 

Robert Jamieson, j'.sq. 3 

James Ewing, Esq. Dean of Guild, 

Robert Ferrie, Esq^ Deacon Convener, J Honorary Counsel- 

JoSxua Heywood, Esq. Treasurer, J. ^^^^ /^ ^^^..^ 

John Robertson, Esq. Master of Works, J » o7 • 

James 'preull. Esq. Chamberlain 

James Cleland, Esq. Superintendent of Public Works 

Robert Haddow, Esq. Baillie of the River and Frith of Clyde 

R. A. Oswald, Esq. Depute do. 

James Hill, Esq. Baillie of Provan 

Peter M'Farlane, Esq. Baillie of Port-Glasgow 

James Reddie, first Town Clerk 

Richard Henderson, second Do. 

Robert Thomson, third Do. 

John Bennet, 7 „ . -c- i 

n , ^ o- e Procurators Fiscal. , 

Robert Simson, 3 



Merchant Counsellors. 
John Guthrie William Dalglish . R. A. Oswald 

William Eccles Daniel Mackenzie Adam Crooks 

Charles S. Parker John More Robert Findlay 

Kirkman Finlay Robert Haddow Arch. Hamilton 



Trades^ Counsellors. 
Arch. Newbiggifig William Mitchell Eben. Richardson 

John Machen James Hunter Robert Austin . 

James Burns Walter Ferguson Rob. Tennent, jun, 

Basil Ronald WilUam Dunn 



Dean of Guild Court. 
(Hetd every Thursday at PJleven o'clock, A.M.) 
James Ewing, Esq. Dean of Guild. 
John Guthrie, Esq. Sub-Dean of Guild. 



From Merchants' House. 
John Wardrop 
William Jamieson 
John Ryburn 

Robert Brown, Officer, 



From Trades' House. 

Walter Ferguson 

Robert Fleming 

John Graham --,- 

Alex. Wood 

Archibald Turner, Assistant Officer. 



12 

Managers of the Merchants^ House. - 

James Ewiilg, Esq. Dean of Guild. 

John Guthrie, Esq. Sub-Dean of Guild. 
Arch. Smith Rich. Dennistoun John More 

James Black Alex. Campbell James Dennistouiv 

Joh. Hamilton Charles Stirling James Oswald 

James M'ICenzie Adam Crooks William Stirling 

Dan. M'Kenzie James Buchanan William Dalglish 

Henry Glassford David Connell Samuel Hunter 

NJcol Brown John Ryburn Robt. Thomson, juQ, 

John Wardrop Chas. S. Parker William Smith 

James Hopkirk James Martin William Aitken 

Will. Jamieson Robert Yuille James Robertson 

Robert Findlay J. T, Alston David Crawford 

John Gordon Kirkman Fin lay 

James Hill, Collector John Douglas, Clerk. 

Robert Brown, Officer. 



Managers of the Trades'* House, 

Robert Ferrie, Esq. Convener. 

Robert Hood, Esq. ? Trades' Baillies. 
Rob. Jamieson, Esq* \ 
James Lindsay, Collector. — Walter Ferguson, late Convener* 
Robert Hunter, late Collector. 



Hammermen. 
— — Deacon 



Alexander Wood 
William Aird 
Arch. M'Lellan 
William Leechman 
Alex. Bonthron 
Tailors. 
Dan M'Ewan, Deac. 
Thomas Graham 
John Lilburn 
William Dunlop 
John Armour, sen. 
Alexander Ross 

Cor diners. 
Rob. I.ochore, Deac. 
John Craig 
William Telfer 
William Lochore 
Wiiiiani M'Tyer 
Gilbert Crawford 

A'ia\tm;ri-, 
J. Hutchiiif;./ Visitor 

John Riichie, Chaj ' tin 



Robert Tennent, jun. 
James Hunter 
Alex. Galloway 
Hugh Tennent 

Weavers. 
J . Watson, Deacon 
William Snell 
W. Blackburn 
John M'Nair 

Bakers. 
R. M'Farlane, Deacon 
J, Gentle 
John Graham 

Skinners. 
James Nicol, Deacon 
Andrew Hunter 
Basil Ronald 

Wrights, 
L. M*Lean, Deacon 
Robert Fleming 
Andw- M'Farlane 

Coopers. 
John Hood, jun. Beac, 

Ben. Mathie, Clerk. 



J. Norrie 
Robert Robertson 

Fleshers. 
James Watson, Deac-; 
D, Gilmour 
Robert Gilmour 

Blasons. 
Thomas Smith, Deac. 
A. Rutherford 
Alex. Waddell 

Gardeners. 
J M'Intyre, Deacon 
W. M'Intyre, jun. 
W. M'Intyre, sen.. 

Barbers. 
And-w. Rae, Deacon 
A. Proudfoot 
John Christie 

Dyers, &c. 
W. M'Lean, Deacon. 
John Glass 



William Logie, Officer. 



IS 



GLASGOW BIRE€TOEY, 



ADA AIT 

Adam, Alexander, mealseller, 65, Brid'gegate 
Adam, Andrew, shoemaker, 385, Gallowgate 
Adam, Matthew, Peacock tavern, 455, do. 
Adam, David, grocer, 13, Stockwell 
Adam, James, haberdasher, 2, Bell-street 
Adam, John, baker. High-street, Anderston 
Adam, John, spirit-dealer, 19, Bridgegate 
Adam, Robert, grocer, 26, John-street 
Adam A. fancy corset-maker, 61, Stockwell 
^Adams, A. haberdasher, 39, Trongate 
Adams, Mrs. lodgings, 83, Hutcheson-street 
Adamsonand Logan, manufacturers^ 3, Montrose-street 
\\Adamson, Robert, tobacconist, 36, Charlotte-street 
Adelphi Brewery, Govan-street, Hutcheson-town 
Adshead, James B. jeweller, 13, King-street 
Agnew, John, spirit- dealer, 29, High-street 
Agnew P. painter, 27, do. 

Aikman, Robert, spirit-dealer, Gibson-street, Gallowg. 
Aikenhead, Alexanders victualler, 126, do, 

Ainslie, W. soap and candle shop, 25, Main-st. Gorbals 
Ainslie, Mrs. straw hatmaker, 4, Candleriggs 
Aird, Hugh, gluemaker. Hill-street 
Aird, Wm. saddler, Argyll-street, corner of Virginia-" 

street \ house, corner of Dunlop-street 
Aird, Wm. stocking-shop, 1, Saltmarket 
Airthrey mill paper warehouse, lOS, K'ng-street 
Aitchison, Archibald, surveyor of taxes, Robertson- 

street, Anderston Walk 



AIT 14 ALE 

Aitchison, Basil, at Glasgow IVater Works office 
Aitchispn, John, merchant, Melville-place; house, 44, 
St. Andrew's square 

\ Aitchison, Wm. writer, 13, Brunswick place 
Aitchison, John, spirit-dealer, Mitchell-street 
Aitken, G. & W. manufacturers, 23, St. Andrew's-str. 
Aitken, Geo. weaving factory, Tureen-street 
Aitken, James & Co. Edinburgh, Leith, Port-Glasgow 

and Greenock, daily carriers, 61, Candleriggs 
Aitken, Andrew, bookbinder, 11, Bell-street 
Aitken, James, shoe-shop, 181, Saltmarket 
Aitken, James, stabler, 29i>, Gallowgate 

\ Aitken, John, tobacconist, 116, High-street 

\ Aitken, John, surgeon, 260, do.; house, 136, Trong. 
Aitken, L. & W. Perth, Aberdeen, &c, carriers, 6, 

Virginia-street 
Aitken, M*Indoe & Co. calico-printers, 74, Brunsw.-st. 
Aitkens & Orr, agents, 70, Ingram-street 

\ Aitken, Peter, working jeweller, 7, Hutcheson-street 
Aitken, Robert, builder; house, 117, Gallowgate 
Aitken, Robert, manufacturer, 110, John-street 
Aitken, Wm. merch. 40, Trong.; lodg. 115, Stockwell 
Aitken, Wm. & Co. manufacturers, 26, Bell-street 
Alexander, Andrew, spirit- dealer, 129, Bridgegate 
Alexander, David, agent, Antigua-buildings 
Alexander, J. surgeon; house, 12, College -street • 

X Alexander, James & Co. warehousemen, 62, Trongate 
Alexander, James; house, 131, George street 
Alexander, James, dentist, 105, King-street 
Alexander, James, spirit-dealer, 57, Prince's street 
Alexander, Jas, jun. Sz Co. rum cellars, Melville place 
Alex^mder, John, merchant; house, Horn's court 
A» •^:. :Jev Johd, maji'ff. : house. Great Hamilton-str, 
Alexander, John', pastry baker, 219, Hi^-stre©t 



ALE 15 ALS 

Alexander, John, cartwright, Black-quarry 
Alexander, Misses, mantua-makers, Rope-work court, 

112, Stockwell 
Alexander, Mrs. boarding-school, 27, Miller-street 
Alexander, R. F. merchant, 36, Candleriggs 

^ Alexander, Robert, tobacconist, 20, High-str.; house, 
37, St. Andrew-street 
Alexander, Robert, merchant, 21, Candleriggs 

X Alexander, William, tobacconist, 20, High-street 
Algie, Charles, English, French, Italian, Latin, and 

Greek, &c. academy, 18, Shuttle-street lane 
Allan, Alexander, seedsman, 69, High-street 
Allan & Coats, yarn shop, 79, do. 
Allan, David, hosier, Commercial court, Candleriggs 
Allan, James & Son, merchants, 157, Stockwell 
Allan, James, baker, 57, Bell-street 
Allan, James, silk-dyer, St. Enoch's lane 
Allan, John, grocer, &c. 632, Argyll-street 
Allan, Mrs. James, haberdasher, 82, Bell-street 
Allan, Robert, maltman and brewer, 21, Montrose-str. 
Allan, Thomas, furniture shop, 150, Bridgegate 
Allan, Thomas, joiner, 18, do. 

Allan, William, spirit-dealer, 64, Candleriggs 
Allan, William, draper, Antigua buildings 
Allan, William, eating-house, 61, Bridgegate 
Allan, Robt. & Co. manufacturers, 94, Candleriggs 
Allan, William, manufacturer, do. 

Allan & M'Gavin, manufacturers^ West Albion-street 
Allison, Alexander & Co. 9, Gordon-street 
Allison, John, beef-steak house, 68, Argyll-street 
Alloa, Glasswork Coy.'s warehouse, 6, Queen-street 
Alston, John, cashier. Thistle Bank, 56, Virginia-fitr, 
Alston, R. D. lodging, 56, Virginia-street 



ALS 16 AND 

Alston, J. T. lodgings, Clyde-street 

Alston, George & Co. insurance-brokers, Tontine build. 

Alston, George; house, 31, Buchanan-street 

Alston, Thos. & Son, manufacturers, 55, St. And. sqr. 

Alston, John, manufacturer, 65, do.; 

house, Stirling-street 
Alston, Wm. lodging, 17, West George-street 
Anderson, Alexander, manufacturer, 31, Bell-slreet 
Anderson, Allan, grocer, Anderston-walk 
Anderson & Caddell, clothiers, 5, Candleriggs 
Anderson, J. music seller and lottery office, 16, do, 
Anderson & Campbell, manufacts. 21, Glassford-street 
Anderson, James A. do. 21, do. 

Anderson, Cowan & Co. wine and rum eel. 22, Stockvr. 
Anderson, D, damask, diaper, and plain linen weaver, 

11, Tarbet- street, Deanside, 
Anderson, David, flesher, 72, King-street * 

Anderson's Institution Lecture Room, 2, John-street 
Anderson, James, porter house, 20, Saltmarket 
XAnderson, John & Co. merchants, 21, Trongate 
\Anderson, Johti^ jun. do. 16, do. 

Anderson, John, writer, 449, Gallowgate 
Anderson, John, at J. & C. Gailaway & Co.'s; house, 

37, York-street 
- Anderson. John & Co. insurance brokers, Antig.-build. 
Anderson & King, surgeons, 51, Argyll-street 
Anderson, Kenneth, grocer, 315, Gallowgate 
Anderson, Matthew, baker, 219, George-street 
Anderson, M. baker, 31, King-street 
Anderson, Mrs. glazier work, 19, Balmanno-street 
Anderson, M. meal-seller, 444, Gallowgate 
Anderson, M. bak^r, 81, Hospital-street 
Anderson, P spirit-dealer, 161^ Trongate 
Anderson, Robert, reed-maker, 14, Gallowgate 



AND 17 ARN 

Anderson, S slater, 82, Stockwell 
Anderson, J. miHiner, 114, Nelson-street 
Anderson & M*Intosh, manufacturiers, 168, Saltmark. 
Anderson, William, sargeon ; house, 137, Stockwell 
Anderson, W. G. merchant, 2, Virginia-street; house, 

13, York street 
AniVrson, VV'm. brickmaker, east end of Gallowgate 
Anderson, Wm. spirit-dealer, 1 J, Kirk-street 
Anderson, William, snlith, 149, Saltmarket 
Andrew, James, spirit-cellar, Spoutniouth 
Andrew, vVm. .* Co. manufacturers, t>, Montrose-street 
An^^us, Mrs. Archibald, meal-dealer. Great Dove-hill 
Angus, W. teacher of English,. 69, G^as .ford-street ; 

school, opposite to sugc^j house, 46, Ingram-street 
Angus, R. mercer, 9, Cardleriggs 
Angus, W. vintner and li>v^^ setter, : 3, Stockwell 
Angus, Jas. and Son. manufacts. oUnej'-co. Argyli-str. 
Angus, Robert, at J. Ingiis & Co.'s calender 
Arbuckle, J. & Co. china and stone warehouse, 7 and 8, 

Candleriggs 
Arbuckle, Simon, leather cutter, 20, Prince's street. 
Archibald, R. baker 3, West Nile-street 
Armour, John, sen. tailor, head of the Old Wynd 
Armour, W. manufacturer, 58, Beii-street 
Armour, Robt.& Co. silk warehouse, 1, -runswick place 
Armour & Richmond, warehousemen, 30, Trongate 
Armour, A. clothes broker, 99, Hridgegate 
Armour, D. tajlor, Mitchell-street 
Armstrong, Wm. chandler, 82 Gallowgate 
xVrneil, John, wright and turner, 413, Gallowgate 
Arneil, J. corn-merchant, 604, Argyll street 
Arnot,Thos. manufacturer, 19, Cochrane streef; house, 

24, St. Enoch square 
Arnot, X eter, Scotch fcloth merchant, 8, Gallowgate 
B 



ARR 18 BAI 

Arrol, William, yarn warehouse, 61, Candleriggs 

Arrol, Walter, draper, 451, Gallowgate 

Arrott, Colin & Co. merchants, 127, Trongate 

Arthur, Wra. manufacturer 18, St Andrew's-lane 

Arthur, Archibald, merchant, 6, Bell-street 

Arthur, Archibald, taylor, 164, Trongate 

Arthur, Mrs. milliner, - 184, do. 

Arthur, Thomas & Robert, manufacts. 11, John-street 

Arthur, Wm. taylor, S02, High-street 

Assembly Rooms, 51, Ingram-street 

Attwell, Wm. basket and brushmaker, 27> King-street 

Atkinson, John, boot and shoemaker, 103, Saltmarket 

Auchie, J. & J. and Co. merchants, 47, Virginia-street 

Auchincloss & Robertson, warehousemen, Melville-place 

Auchinvole & Cuthbertson, ironmongs. 26, Gallowgate 

Auld, John, shoemaker, 18, Market street 

Auld, Hugh, ironmonger, 429, Gallowgate 

Auld, Wm. tobacconist, 423, do. 

Auld, W. D. hair-dresser, 75, Glassford-street 

Austin, S. Kingsfield pottery, King -street, Calton 

Austin & M*Auslan, nursery-men, 114, Trongate 

Austin, R. & W, manufacturers. Commercial-court 

Aylward, Michael, vintner, 312, High-street 

B 

Banks. See Banking-houses 

BailHe, Geo. writer, 67, Brunswick-street; house, 375, 
_, Gallowgate 

Baillie, Robert, manufact. 19, Cochrane-street 
Bain, Joseph, mail-coach office, 3, Nelson-street 
Bain, Joseph, writer, 164, Trongate 
Bain Wm. grocer, &c. Kirk-street, Calton 
Bain & Hunter, manufacturers, 8, South Fred. Street 
Bain, George, victualler, 67, Bell-street 



BAI 19 BAL 

Bain, John, grocer, 97, Hospital-street 
Bain, William, baker, 7, Stockwell 
Bain, John, & Co. grocers, 412, Gallowgate 
Bain, John, grocer, 5'^5, do. 

Bain, D. spirit dealer, 40, New wynd 
'^Baird, James, oil and colourman, 17, Brunswick-sfreeji 
Baird, H. & R. engineers, Canal Old Basin 
Baird & Brown timber merchants. Port Dundas 
Baird, Mrs, John, furniture shop, 86, Saltmarket 
Baird, John, baker. Bridge-street, Tradeston 
Baird, JsS. cart and farming utensil maker, Black-quarrj 
Baird, Simon, shoe shop, 163, Saltmarket 
Baird, James, Broom Park, 2, do. 
Baird, Thomas, broker, 66^ Glassford-street 
Baird, Dr. Jn. 108 Nelson-street; house 79, King-st. . 
Balbirnie, Mrs. silk & cotton dyer, 449, Gallowgate 
Balcanqual, cork cutter, 100, King-street 
Balcanqual Robert, do. 88, do. 
Bald, Wm. agent, Spoutmouth, Gallowgate 
Bald, Peter & Son, drysalters, 1 8, St. Andrew's-lane 
Balderston, William, baker, 43, High-str«et 
Balfour, Rev. Dr. Robert, 16, North Hanover-street 
Balfour, J. J. grocer, 44, Stockwell 
Balfour, John, spirit dealer. Port Dundas 
Ballantine, John, shoe shop, 62, Prince's street 
Ballantine, Jn. copper & tinsmith, 404, Gallowgate 
Ballantine, Charles, carver and gilder, 124, Trongate 
Ballantine, Alex, leather-cutter, 79, New wynd 
Ballantine & Kerr, manufacts. 15, St. Andrew's-square 
Ballantine, Robert, saddler, 622, Argyll-street 
^Bal^ray paper mill warehouse, 62, Hutcheson-street 
\B.allingall, Andrew, writer, 32, Hutcheson-street ; lodg- 
ing, 6, South Frederick-street 
Ballingall, T. writer, 32, Hutch-str.; lodg. S. Fred.-street 
B 2 



BAL 20 BAK 

Ballindalloch Co. at J. Findlay & Co.'s 

.Balmanno, , druggist, 30, Trongate 

Baimanno, Dr. John, 65, head of Montrose- street 
Balmanno, Matthew, Stirling-square ; house, 65, head 

of Montrose street 
Bannatyne & Mackenzie, 107, Nelson-street 
Bannatyne, John, tinsmith, 58, Saltmarket 
Bannatine, Mrs. grocer, 65, Jamaica-street 
Bannerman, John, joiner, 283, High street 
Bannerman, Robert, trunk-maker, 110, Nelson-street 

Bannerman, furniture shop, 140, Bridgegate 

Bennerman, Wm. & Co. manufacturers, Smith's court, 

Candleriggs 
Bankier, A. grammar school, Gorbals 
Barbour, Humphry, naerchant, 33, Candleriggs 
Barbour, J. & Co, thread-makers, 33, do. 
Barclay, Jn. soap and candle oflBce -3, Glassfordstr. 
Barclay, Arthur & Co. merchants, 4, Queen-street 
Barclay, Arthur, house, 8, Clyde buildings 
Barclay and Drysdale, merchants, 4, Queen-street 
Barclay, John, tailor, 1 13, Trongate 
Barclay, Robt. grocer, 169, Main-street, Gorbals 
Barclay & Smith, manufacturers, 18, High-street 
Barnet, Sutherland & Co. 8, Stirling-street 
Barnhill, James & Co. tanners and gluemak. Spoutmoth 
Barr, James, teacher of music, 59, Glassford-street 
Barr, Rev. John, house, Grseme-street 
Barr, Peter, stabler, St. Mungo-lane 
Barr, W. & P. merchants, 12, Wilson-street 
Barr Robert, grocer, 14, Govan-street, Hutcheson-town 
Barr, John, atJames Finlay & Co 's 
Barlas, Alex, writer ; house, York-street 
Barland & Whitson, commission merchts. 14, Canon-st. 
Barrie, David, hair-dresser, 30, King street 



BAR 21 BEL 

Barry, Alexander, writer, 173, Saltmarket 
Bartholomew, John & Co. manufacturers and cotton- 
spinners, 19, St. Andrew's street 
Bartholomew, Jn. house. Cotton Hall, Barowfield-road 

XEarton, Benjamin, writer, 175, Trongate 
Barton, James, perfumer, 108, George street 
Baxter, Isaac, Italian warehouse, 102, Candleriggs; 
house, 50, Charlotte- street 

\Baxter, John, taylor, 25, Trongate 

Baxter, John, cooper, 25, Cochrane-street 
Baxter, Andrew, stoneware shop, 92, Candleriggs 
Bayne, John, manufacturer, 12, Wilson-street 
Bayne, Archibald, at Campbell, Dick & Co.'s 
Beaton, Duncan, vintner, 49, Spoutmouth 
Beck, Mrs. lodgings,^ 40, Dunlop-street ^ 

• Beck & M'Kenzie, joiners, 62, Bell-street 
Beech, Lindsay, silversmith, 104, Stockwell 
Begerney, Warender, beadle, 61, Buchanan-street 
Begerney, W. spirit cellar, 9, New-wynd 
Beilby's eating-house, 3, Duke-street 
Beith, Archibald, boot & shoe shop, 3, Stockwell 
Beith, Allan, & Co. manufacturers, 23, St. Andrew st, 
Beith, James, umbrella maker, 2, Wilson-street 
Bell & Chapman, merchants, Moodie's court 
Bell, George & Son, thread makers, High John-street 
Bell, Hector, vintner, Back wynd 
Bell & Jackson, ironmongers, 59, Gallowgate 
Bell, James, agent, St. Andrew's square, east side , 

\ Bell, John, fire-brickmaker. Barrack -street, Gallowgate 
Bell, John, at Graham, Bell & Co.; lodg. 2, Carlton pi. 
Bell, Jn. merchant, 34, Trong.; house, 375, Gallowg. 
Bell, James. English academy, SO, Virginia-street 
Bell, Mrs. dealer in silk and worsted, 595, .Argyll -str. 
Bell, Primrose, Glasgow Bottle-work Co.'s Cljde-str. 
B 3 



BEL .22 BTR 

Bell, Robert, lodging, Mrs ByD's, CarswelPs court- 

Bell. Richar(i ^ .. agar rctinevs. ii:5, ^tockwtll 

Beii, George, aa-'nt, Mooaie's court 

Bell, Wm. merchant, 123, Stork<vell 

Bell, Wm. lappet wheel maker, Old Vennal 

Bennet, James, wright, 24-, Cami)beJl-street 

Bennet, John, writer. Pro. Fiscal, City Clerk's Chamb. 

Bennet, W. insurance- brbktr, 185, Exchange 

Bennet, James, brass-founder^ 416, Gallowgate 

Bennie, Mrs. John, grocer, 211, George-street 

Bennie, Davi<i, flesher, 86, Candleriggs 

Berry, John, merchant; house, 7, Buchanan-street 

Berry, Bogle & Co. brokers, Tontine back buildings 

Berry, Alex, spirit-dealer, 4-53, Gallowgate 

Berrie, Robert, writer, 39, Miller-street 

Beveridge, James, spirit and porter cellar, Sidney-court 

Beveridge, John, spirit-dealer, 7, St. Andrew's lane 

Berwick Old Shipping Comp ny, 19, Argyll street 

Berwick New Shipping Company, St. Alidrew's square 

\Bewly, Thomson & Co. 5. Cochrane-street 
"^Bigby, J. vintner, 181^ Trongate 
Biggs, Miss, teacher of needle-work, 181, High-street 
Bilsland, Alex, dealer in old books, 90. High-street 
Bilslahd, Wm. grocer, Kirk street, Calton 

xBilton, John, tobacconist, 60, Trongate 
Bilton, Wm. do. 630, Argyll s treet 
Binnie, John, joiner, Nicholson-street, Laurieston 
Bini.ie, Wni joiner, 19, Jamaica-Street 
Binning, Miss, milliner, 1, Nelson-street 
Binning, Mrs. milliner, 120, Nelson-street 
Birnie, George, farrier, veterinary shoeing folrgej 
Market lane, John-.street; bouse, do. 

^Birrell, Alex, shoemaker, 22, Trongate 
Birreil, Jas. leather cutter, 58, Prince's street 



BIR 23 BLA 

Birkmyre, Geo, house, Harriet-hill, Stirling*s-road 
Bishop, J. saw. maker, Adelphi-street, Hutchesontown 
Black, Andrew, wooden-clockmaker, 145, Saltmarket 
^^Black, Duncan, shoe shop, 76, Trongate 

Black, D. geometrical, &c. academy, 22, Candleriggs 
Black, J. & J. manufact. Ingram-court, 8, Ingram-str. 
Black, James, baker. Kirk-street, Calton 
Black, James, merchant ; lodgiftg, Queen-str. west side 
Black, James & Co. do. 54*, Miller-street 
Black, James, jun. at Ewing & Co.'s calender 
Black, James, grocer, York-place, Anderston walk 
Black, James, superintendant of fire engines, 7, Alb.-sL 
Black, John, merchant; lodging, Jamaica-street 
Black, John & Co. calico-printers, 38, Argyll street 
Black, John, hosier, 159, Gallowgate 
Black, Miss, milliner and dress maker, 204, Geo.-str. 
- Black, Mrs. James, vintner, 459, Gallowgate 
jj^ \Black, R. taylor, 124, Trongate 

Black, Robert, commercial inn, 413, Gallowgate ^ 

Black, Thomas & Co. card-factory, 113, Saltmarket 
Black, William & Co. manufacts. Commercial court 
Blackburn, And. manufact. Savoy-street, I^ridgeton 
Blackburn, Wm. manufacturer, 12, Wilson-street 
Blackburn, David, manufacturer, 58, Bell-street 
Blackwood ic Watt, warehousemen, Antigua buildings 
5; \Blackwood, J. & E spirit cellars, 169, Trongate 
"^Blackshaw, Robt. tobacconist, Main -street, Calton 
Blackie, Peter, engineer, Tradestown; house, Dale-str. 
Blackie, J. & Co. printers and books. East Clyde-str. 

^Blackie, gun-maker, 36, Brunswick-place 

Blaikley, David, haberdasher, 15, Bell -street 
\Biaikie, Francis & Sons, general brokers, and agents for 
Edinburgh and Leith Shipping Co. Post Office 
court, Trongate; house, Adam's court 



BLA 24^ BOG 

Blair, Rob. merchant; house, 53, Charlotte-street 

Blair, Alexander, trunk-maker, 3, Montrose-street 

Blair, Arch, ship-owner. Port Dundas 

Blair, Arch. & Son, painters, 48, Argyll-street 

Blair, D. surgeon, 24, High-street 

Blair, David, manufacturer; house, 16, George's sqr. 

Blair, George, writer, 34, East Albion-street; resides, 

Mrs. Sinclair's, 63, Jamaica-street 
Blair, Geo. tailor, 312, High-street 
Blair, James, surgeon, 283, do. 
Blair, John, spirit-dealer, 169, Gallowgate 
Blair, John, manufacturer, 72, Brunswick-street 
Blair, John, change-keeper, 76, New-wynd 
Blair, John, ginger-bread-baker, 141, Stockwell 
Blair, John, Albion Chapel beadle, 103, High-street 
Blair & Morrison, calenderers, 46, do. 

Blair, Mrs. John, vintner, 30, Candleriggs 
Blair, William, manufacturer, 62, Bell-street 

Blair, , tavern and oyster house, 53, Prince's-str. 

Blair, W. D. deputy-collector of Cess, 9, Queen-str. 
Blantyre Yarn Warehouse, 3 Charlotte-lane 
Blyth, John, .land-surveyor, 117, Saltmarket 
Blyth & Loch ore's boot and shoe shop, ,92, Trongate 
Blyth, James, jun. shoe-shop, 71, do. 

Bofiz, James & Co. merchants, Cumberland building* 
Bogie, Andrew, brush-maker, 99, Candleriggs 
Bogie, James, candle-ofEce, 31, John-street 
Bogle, Robert & Co. merchants, 10, Queen-street 
^ogle, James, merchant; lodging, 69, Jamaica-street 
Bogle, Archibald, agent for the Imperial fire-office, and 
secretary to the Cranston-hill Water Works, 60, 
Hutcheson-street; lodging, 1, George's square 
Bogle Christie & Co. merchants, 60, Hutcheson-street 
Bogle & Gilfillan, writers, 15, St. Andrew's street - 



BOG 25 BllK V 

Bogle, James, writer, 6, St. Andrew's lane 
Bone, James, grocer, 296, High-street 
Bontrohn, Alexander, smith. 12, Turner's court 
Borland, Wm. grocer, 41, Gallowgate 

^Borthwick, W. M. & Co. printers agents & booksellers^ 
184, Trongate 

^Borrowman J-ohn, writer, 7, Hutcheson -street 
Bowman, Alex joiner, &c Bridge-street, TradestOQ 
Bowman, Thomas, smith, 9, Shuttle street 
Bowie, William, do. 33, Gallowgate 
Bowie, Mrs. brushmaker, 42, Gallowgate 
Bowie, Alex, chandler, 602, Argyll street 
Bowie, Robert, mason, 40, Crown^street 
Boyd, John, merchant, 83, Trongate 
Boyd, Alexander, baker, 1''^, Frederick-lane 

^Boyd, John, merchant, 127, Trongate 

ABoyd, James, surgeon, 159, do; 
Boyd, Miss, milliner, 121, Argyll-street 
Boyd, Mrs. John, pastry-shop, 28, Prince's street 

^•Boyd, John, & Son, librarians, booksellers and station- 
ers, 6, Hutcheson-street 
Boydj James, baker, corner of Mitchell-street 
Boyle, J. spirit-dealer, 17^ Bridgegate 

* Braid, Henry, Ramshorn burying ground sexton, 42^ 
Canon-street 
Brand & Molleson, silk-dyers, 51, Queen-street 
Brand, A. milliner, 123, High- street 
Brash, John, architect. Park's land, foot of Stock well 

'^Brash & Reid, booksellers & stationers, 170, Trongate 
Brebner, Wm. keeper of Brid-ewell, Duke-street 
Brebner, George & Co. spirit cellar, Wallace Court 
Bread, Jos. grocer, 43, Adelphl-atr Hutchesontown 
Breakenridge, George, baker, 3 8, Maio -trtet, Gorbals 
Bremner, Walter, joiner & trunk-maker, 68, Beil-str. 



BRO 26 BRO 

Broadfoot, David, timber-merchant, Anderston walk 
Broadl}/, John, agent for Union Assurance Co. 69, 

Wilson-street 
Broadly, John & Mark, commission wareho. 69, do. 
Brodie, Rev. Rob, lodging, Kent-street 
Brodie, D. gardener, Grahamston 
Brodie, D. & Son, manufacturers, 51, Hutcheson-str, 
Brodie, Wm. manufacturer, 36. Nelson str. 
Brodie, Miss, milliner, .76, Argyll-street 
Brodie, D. & Co. brass-founders, 107, Old Wynd 
Brock, John, & Waiter, manufac 179, George-street 
Brock, Walter Co. yarn warehouse, 59, Wilson-str. 
Brocket, Andrew, mason, York street 
Broom, Alexander, do. Portland-street 
Brown, Alex. & Co. manufacturers, 85, Candleriggs 
Brown, Alexander, joiner. Old Vennal 
Brown, Alex, agent for Paisley Bank, 17, Trongate; 

house, 26, Virginia-street 
Brown, Alex, grain-merchant, Alston-street 
Brown, A. & J. furniture-warehouse, 37, St. And.-street 
Brown, Arch. & Co. leather-merchants, 25, Candleriggs 
Brown, B. blockmaker, Smithfield, Broomielaw 
Brown, Charles, saddle-tree-maker, 19, Stockwell 
Brown & Coleman, manufacts. 52, St. Andrew square 
Brown, Cornelius, Wallace court 
Brcwn, Dr. Thomas, 16, Miller-street 
Brown, D. tailor, 131, Saltmarket 
Brown, Donaldson & Co. manuf. Commercial court 
Brown, Ebenezer, baker, 284, High-street 
Brown, Geo. of Capplerigg ; house, Henderson's courts 

Jamaica-street 
Brown, George, sugar-of-lead maker, 80, Trongate 
Brown, Gourlie, & Co. distillers, Port-Dundas 
Brown, George, tailor, 162, Bridgegate 



BRO 27 BRO 

Brown, George, writing master, 44, Bell-street 

Brown, George, bookbinder, Old Vennal 

Brown, Hugh, stocking-manufacturer, 105, King-str. 

Brown, H. C. grocer, Nile-street, Gallowgate 

Brown, James & Co. manufacturers, 37, Bell-street 

Brown, James, shoemaker, 42, Gallowgate 

Brown, James, music & toy-shop, 91, High-street 

Brown, James, vintner, 160, Bridgegate 

Brown, James, tailor, 16, do. 

Brown, James, grocer, 182, High-street 

Brown, James, nursery-man, 84, Trongate 

Brown, James, spirit-dealer, 85, New wynd 

Brown, James, grocer, 182, High-street 

Brown, James, grocer, 123, Saltmarket 

Brown, James, insurance-broker, Exeh.; house, 29, St. 

Andrew square 
Brown, James, spirit-dealer, 4, College-street 
Brown, J. provision shop, 75, High-street 
Brown, J. shoemaker, 5, Hospital-street 
Brown, John, merchant, 56, Queen-street 
Brown, William, oil and colour-man, 103, Trongate 
Brown, John, messenger, 173, Saltmarket 
Brown, John, tailor, 173, do. 

Brown, John, (youngest) house, 11, George's square 
Brown, John, jun. manufacturer, Brunswick-lane 
Brown, John, grain-merchant, Alston-street 
Brown, John & Co. Scotch cloth shop, 319, High-street 
Brown, John, haberdasher, 131, High-street 
Brown, Mrs. John, dyer, 3, Great Dovehill 
Brown, John & Son, dyers, Dry gate-bridge 
Brown, John, pencil-maker and grocer, Port-Dundas 
Brown, John, of Auchinlochan, 12, Buchanan-street 
Brown, John, jun. merchant, 12, do. 
Brown, J. H. manufacturer, 44, St. Andrew's square 



BRO 28 ' BRO 

Brown, J. straw hat maker, Great Hamilton-street 

Brown, Lilburn & Co. upholsterers, Post-office court 

Brown, WilHam, clothier, do. 

Brown, Miss C. dress-maker, 9, Argyll-street 

Brown, Mrs. lodgings, 17, Trongate 

Brown, Mrs. milliner, 62, Trongate 

Brown, Mrs. midwife, 37, Stockwell 

Brown, Mrs, do. 100, High-street 

Brown, Mrs. W. teacher of drawing and painting, 

Union-place 
Brown, Nicol, merch. lodging, 33, St. Vincent-street 
Brown, Peter & Son, bakers, SOL High-street 
Brown, Robert, accountant, Glasgow bank; house, 

95, High John-street 
Brown, Robert, manufacturer; house, 120, George-str. 
Brown, Rob. merchant; house, 30, Dunlop-street 
Brown, Robert, wig-maker, 9, Argyll-street 
Brown, Robert, juD. merchant, 45, Virginia street 
Brown, Robert, corn-merchant, Mitchell street 
Brown, Robert, eating house, ^O^, Gallowgate 
Brown, Robert, auctioneer, Spoutmouth 
Brown & Shedden, manufacturers, 72, Brunswick-str, 
Brown, Smellie, tailors, 62, Trongate 
Brown, Thomas, spirit-dealer, 51, High-s>treet 
Brown, Thomas, spirit-dealer, 6, Bridgegate 
Brown & Watson, manufacs. Albion court, Albion-str. 
Brown, William, glover, 77, do. 
Brown, William, fruit man, 65, Gallowgate 
Brown, Wm. jun. haberdasher, 4-7, Trongate 
Brown, Wm, & Wm^ Reid, writers, 1, Brunsw. place. 
Brown, Wm. merchant, 459, Gallowgate 
Brown, WilHam, coal-agent, 68, Broomielaw 
Brown, Willians grocer, 282. High-street 
Browning, Matthew, grocer, 204, do. 



BRO ^^ BUG 

Brownlie, Thomas, merchant, 1, St. Andrew's lane 
Brov/nlie, William, smith, & patent axle maker. Burn- 
side-lane 
Brownlie, John, baker, 5, Clyde Terrace 
Brownlie, Robert, joiner, Campbell-street 
Browjtihe, James, messenger, 10, Bridgegate 
Brownlie, T, messenger, & spirit-dealer, 12, Bridgegate 
Brownlie, Alex. wooUen^draper, 31, Gallowgate 
Brownlie, James, grocer, '2, Kirk-street 
Bruce, Thomas, agent, Wallace court 
Bruce, J. lapidary, 1, Brunswick- place 
Brunton, Alexander, saddler, 29, Argyll street 
Bryce Robert, slater, ^-c. near Gallowgate Toll 
Bryce & Aitken, calico-printers, 7, Brunswick-place 
Bryce, John Co. timber-merchants, Jackson-s-treet 
Bryce, John, spirit-cellar, 413^ Gallowgate 
Bryce & He£ gie, braoS-founders, Mitchell-street 
Bryce, R. grocer, Grahamston 
Brydon, Anire.v, iiierchant, 3, West Nile-street 
Brydson, VViLi ni -^ Co. tape and muslin manufactur- 
ers, 6^. Hutclieson-street 
Bryson, Aitx. spirit-ceiic'r, East C!;',N'e-Street 
Bryson, David, rj>anutacturer, 16, St. Andrew's square 
3ryson, Jam^^s, at Scott, Bryson 5. Co,*s 149, Trongate 
Bryson, l^tcer & Co. spirit cellars, 31, Saltmarket 
Buchan, Mrs. inn-keeper. Port Dundas 
Buchanan, A. Atlas fire-office, Stirling-square; house, 

157, George-street 
Buchanan, A. pastry baker, 6, Bell street 
Bucnanatj, Alexander, -manufacturer,, 120, Argyll-str. 
Buchanan, Alexander, shoemaker, 30, Shuttle-streeit 
Buchanan, Dr. Alexander, 52, Virginia-street; house, 

: rowM .-iretrt, rov/nfieid 
Buchanan, Duncan, 6*. Co. nierchts. 8, St, Andrew's sq. 
C 



BUG 30 BUG 

Buchanan, Brown, & Co. merchants, 36, Candleriggs 
Buchanan, C. & Son, Sun fire-office, head of Melville- 
place; house, Horn's court, St. Enoch's square 
Buchanan & Carrick, accountants, 10, Stirling-square 
^JBuchanan, D. teacher, 80, Brunswick-street 

Buchanan, Fithie & Co. booksellers, 81, High-street 
\Buchanan, J. jun. & Co cloth-shop, 165, Trongate 
Buchanan, J. G. writer, Melville place; house, Horn's 

court 
Buchanan, J. High-church beadle, 18, Drygate-lane 
Buchanan, J. & J. spirit cellars, 10, Prince's-street 
Buchanan, J. & G. & Co. merclits. and cotton brokers, 

32, Stockwell 
Buchanan, James & Co. hatters, 4, St. Andrew's sq. 
Buchanan, James, at James Findlay & Co.'s 
Buchanan, Js. merchant, : uchanan's-co, 175, Trongate 
Buchanan, John & George, merchts. 6, St. Enoch's sq, 
Buchanan, John & Co. wine-cellars, 5, Prince's street 
Buchanan, John, painter, 25, Trongate 
Buchanan, John, horse-setter, 4, Bell street 
Buchanan, Mrs. John, vintner, 65, Broomielaw 
Buchanan, Mrs. lodging, 2, George-street 
Buchanan, Peter, manufacturer, 72, Hutcheson-street 
Buchanan & Paterson, calenderers, 36, Candleriggs 
Buchanan, R. & Co. West India agents, 106, Trongate 
Buchanan, Thos. Dalmarnock dye works, 80, Trongate 
Buchanan, Robertson, civil engineer ; house, Nile-str. 

near St. George's church; foundry, Port Dundas 
Buchanan & M'CuUoch, corset makers,71, Glassford.st. 
Buchanan & Thomson, merchants, 22, Argyll-street 
Buchanan, Wm. hair-dresser, 72, Argyll-street 
Buchanan, Wm. manufacturer, 79, Stirling-street 
Buchanan, Wm. painter, oil & colourman, 70, Hutcheson- 
street ; house, head of Montrose-street 



BUG 31 ^ CAI 

Buchanan, Mrs. Wm. spirit dealer, 19, Kirk street 
Buckie, James, grocer, 207, High- street 
\ Bulloch, James, tobacconist, 614, Argyll-street 
■Bulloch, John, grocer 94*, Trongate 
Bunting, Nathan, spirit dealer, 64-, Queen-street 
Burn, Geo. Bull inn and coach-office, 640, Argyll-str. o 
Burrell, John, porter house, 100, King-street 
Burnet, Arch, grocer, 135, High-street 
Burnet, Wm. shoe-maker, 10, High-street 
JBurns, Rev. John, lodging, Barony Glebe 
Burns, J. surg. and lecturer on midwifery, 106, Trong. 
Burns, James, grocer, 143, Saltmarket 
Burns, James, o^ Co. builders, Buchaiian-street 
Burns, Thomas, joiner. North Albion street 
Burns, IMrs. poulterer, 40, Prince's street 
Burns, John> manufacturer, 31, Bell-street 
Burns, George, 26, Bell-street 
Burns, Wm. spirit dealer, 9, St. Andrew square 
Burns, Wm shoemaker, 126, Saltmarket 
Burns, J. clothes broker, 153, High street 
Burnside, John, surgeon, 55, Charlotte-street 
Burnside, Robt. jun. manufac. 6, Charlotte lane 
Burnside, James, accountant, 64, Hutcheson-street 
Burnside, Robt< merchant, 37, Bell-street 
Burton, David, perfumer, 5S, Glassford-street 
Burton & Forbes, steam-loom-makers, King-street, 

Tradeston 
Byers, Rich, spirit-dealer, 113, Gallowgate 

C 

Cabbell, W. B. cashier Glasgow bank, 74, Ingram-str. 
Caddell, William, hair-dresser, 91, Bridgegate 
Cain & Hyde, merchants, 173, Saltmarket 
Cairnie, Neil, calico-printer. 7, South Frederick street 
C 2 . ' 



CAI 32. CAM 

Cairnie., Charles, do ; house, 191, George-streeft 
Cairnie, John <?< Co distillers^ Barrowtield 
Cairnie, Wm. window glazier 3B> Candieriggs 
Cairns, Martin, livei*y stables^ 312. Stockweli 
Cairns ; George, grain-merchant, Grahamston 
Cairns, James, tailor 108, Saltmarket 
Cairns, John, do. 119, do. 
Calder. John, watchmaker, S, Buns wynd, High street 
Calder, Alex, city officer, 34 Bridgegate 
^<;alder coal and iron work office, 88 Hutchesonigtreefc 
Calders, dress makers, 37, Candlerigg-jstreet 
Caiderhead, William, 20, Charlotte street 
Caldwell, D. Eagle inn, 27, Maxwell-street 
Caldwell, John, grocer, 272, High-street 
Caldwell, W. watchmaker, 165, Main-street, Gorbals 
Caldwell, J. grocer, 439, Duke-street 
Callender, Mrs spirit dealer, 87, Stockweli 
Caledonian Pottery, Townhead; office, 19, N. Albion et* 
Cameron, Arch. College porter. College 
Cameron, Arch. & Co. hardwaremen, 4, Trongate 
Cameron, Archibald do. 182, do. 

Cameron, B. S. writer 53, Prince's street 
Cameron, Daniel, spirit-dealer. 87, New wynd , 
Cameron^ D. spirit dealer, 106 Old wynd 
Cameron J. tailor 6, Argyll-street 
Cameron. John, bookseller 92, High-street 
Cameron Thomas, reedmaker, 8, Gallowgate 
Cameron. Mrs. milliner. 64. Bell-street 
Cameron, Thomson & Co, manufacturers, GoVan-street, 

Hutchescntown 
Campbells & Co. brokers, Tontine Buildings 
Campbell, A. shoe shop, 49, Prince's street 
Campbell, Alex grocer, 46, Shuttle street 
<?ampbell, A. baker, 33, King-street 



CAM 83 CAM 

Campbell, A. haberdasher, 59, Bell-street 
Campbell, A. agent for Birmingham Fire and Life In- 
surance offices, 82, Glassf ♦str.;ho. Adam's court 
Campbell, Alexr. writer, Antigua buildings; house, 

Robertson's court 
"Campbell, A. D. at R. Muirhead & Co/s 
Campbell, Alexander, merchant 4, Buchanan-street; 

house, SO, St Vincent-street 
Campbell, .Alex. jun. merchant. 4, Buchanan-street 
Campbell, Alex, manufacturer, 29, Brunswick-street 
Campbell, Andrew, house, '20, jSt Andrew's square 
Campbell, Arch. 3, Graham's buildings, George-street 
Campbell, Arch . reed-maker. Old Grammar School 
Campbell, Arch, furniture wart house, 129, Saltmarket 
Campbell, Arch, spirit-dealer, 61, Jamaica-street 
Campbell, Arch, vintner, 66. Broomielaw 
Campbell & Barlas, writers, 1 1 , Ingram-street 
Campbell, Alex, jun.do; house. 35, Glassford-st. 
Campbell, C. muslin shop, 71, ell street 
Campbell, Clark & Co. merchants, Antigua buildings 
Campbell, Colin, raercht 4, Buchanan-street 
Campbell, Colin & Co. merchts. 49, Ingram-street 
Campbell, Colin do.; house, S. Hanover- street 

Campbell, Colin ; house, 24, Buchanan-street 
Campbell, Duncan, drysalter, 35, Saltmarket 
Campbell, D. tailor, 102, Bridgegate 
Campbell, D. spirit-dealer, 72, Argyll-street 
Campbell, D. & A. paper-makers, Wilson's co. Argyll-st. 
Campbell^ David, broker, 115, Trongate; house, 159, 

George-street 
Campbell, Daniel, grocer, Kirk-street, Calton 
Campbell, Daniel, tailor, 146, Saltmarket 
Campbell, Dick & Go. inkle-work, Inkle factory-lane, 

entry by North Aibion-street ^nd Shuttle-street 
C 3 



CAM ^- ' 34 ' ' CAM 

Campbell, Dugald, spirit-dealer, 54, Bridgegate 
Campbell, Donald, manufacturer, Sil, Glassford-street 
Campbell, Dougall, grocer Kirk-street, Calton 
Campbell, Finlay, lodging house, 6, Gallowgate 
Campbell, H. grocer, Tureen-street 
Campbell, Hugh, grocer, York place, Anderston-walk 
Campbell, Hugh, at Campbells & Co. do. 

Campbell, James, jun. merchant, 4, Buchanan-street 
^ Campbell, James, tertius^ & Co. woollen drapers, 41, 

Brunswick place 
,Campbell, James, M. at Campbell, Young & Co.'s 
Campbell, James, spirit cellars, 16, St. Andrew's lane 
Campbell, John, grocer, 49, Argyll-street 
Campbell John, victualler, 341, Gallowgate 
Campbell, John, baker, 37, Crown-str. HutchesontowB 
Campbell, John, spirit-dealer, Castle^street 
Campbell, John, shoe-shop, 41, Prince's-street 
Campbell, John, sen. & Ca merchts. 4, Buchanan-str. 
Campbell, John, Nicholson-str. Chapel ; ho. Buchan-str. 

(jorbals 
Campbell, J. surgeon, 353^ Gallowgate; ho. 117, do, . 
Campbell, J. cutler, 421, Gallowgate 
Campbell, M. furniture warehouse, Nile-street 
Campbell, Mrs. grocer, 229, High-street 
Campbell, Mrs. lodgings, 88, Hutcheson-street 
Campbell, Miss, milliner and dress maker, 206, Geo -St. 
Campbell, M. stay maker, 101, do. 

Campbell, Mrs. spirit dealer, Castle-street 
Campbell, Mungo N. merchant, 4, Buchanan -street 
Campbell, Peter, vintner, t^94, High-street 
Campbell, Rivers Sz Co. merchants, 47, Virginia-street 
Campbell, Thomas, merchant, 4? Buchanan-street 
, Campbell, Thomas/ wig- maker, 623, Argyll-street 
Campbell, Wm. spirit-dealer and grocer, 629, do. 



CAM 35 GAR 

Campbell, Wm. spirit-cellar, 3, Queen-street 
Campbell, Wm. & Go. turners, top of Great Dovehifl 
Campbell, Wm. grocer, Main-street, Gorbals 
Campbell, Wm. jun. do. 20, Turner's court 
Campbell, Wm. do. 52, King-street 
Campbell i<i Watt, ironmongers, 40, Argyll-street 

Campbell, , painter, 19, Prince's street 

Campbell, Young & Co. merchants, Lyceum buildings 
Campbell, Wm. spirit-dealer, 5, Kirk-street 
Candlish, Mrs* bparding-school, 49, Virginia-street 
Canal Passage Boat, and Edinburgh Coach office, 635^ 
Argyll-street 

Cann, , smith. Back wynd 

Carlisle, Wm. manufacturer, 29, Brunswick-street 
Carmichael, Miss, straw hat maker, Gibson-street- 
Carmichael, Robert, slater, 356, Gallowgate 
Carmichael, John, joiner, Mulrhead-street, Gorbals 
Carmichael, John, joiner, &c. head of North Albion-str. 
Carmichael & Watt, general agents, 49, Queen-street 
Carmichael, John, cabinet-maker, 57, Buchanan-street 
Carmichael, Duncan,' lodging. Port Dundas 
Carmichael, Duncan, spirit dealer, 82, ^igh-street 
Carmichael, Rich. do. 173, Saltmarket, 

Carment, Rev. David, Duke-street Chapel ; house, foot 

of Havarinah-street 
Carnegie, John, merchant; house, 69, Jamaica-street 
Carrick, Wm. provision-warehouse, 55, King-street 
Carrick, Robert, cashier, Ship Bank; lodging above 
Carrick, A. writer, 22, Argyll-st.; ho. 52, Buchanan-str. 
Carrick «Sj Denny, writers, 22, Argyll-street 
Carrick, J. china and earthen-ware shop, 78, Hutch-st. 
Carrick, J. A. & R. manufacts. 33, Virginia^street 
Carrick, Logan & Co. spirit dealers, 111, Gallowgate 
Carrick, John, flesher, 366, do. 



CAR 36 CHA 

Carron warehouse, 28, Glassford-street 
Carron Shipping office, 28, do. 
Carruthers & Paterson, surgeons, 152, Gallowgate 
3< Carss, John, bookbinder, Moodie*s court 
_ Carss, Robert, shoemaKer, 32, Prince's street 
Carss, Mrs. poultry-shop, 21, do. 

Carss, James, baker, 620, Argyll-street 
Carswell, Wm. & Jas. upholsterers, 17 and 18, Candl. 
Carswell, Wm. & Jas. joiners, 213, George-street 
Carswell, Robert, spirit dealer, 25, Trongate 
Carswell, Thos. tin-smith', 250, High-street 
Cassils, David, spirit cellars, 68 Bell-street 
Cassils, William, do. 40 High-street 

Cassils, Robert, confectioner, 99, Trongate 
Cassils, William, dyer, Burnside-lane 
Cassils, Robert, wright. Double-dykes, Calton 
Cassils, John, grocer, Well-street, do. 

- Cation, James, spirit dealer. Canon-street 
Catrine Company, at J. Finlay & Co.'s 
Causer, Edward, veterinary surgeon, establishment^ 

Market -lane, John-street ; house, 27, do. 
Caw, N. & S merchants, 53, Brunswick-street 
Chalmers, Alex, grocer, 306, Gallowgate 
Chalmers, Thomas, surgeon, 261, High-street 
Chalmers Mrs. John, grocer, 23, Canon-street 
Chalmers, Tho. smith, 7, Hospital-str. Hutchesontown 
Chalmers, J- & A, merchants, 31, Ingram-street 
Chalmers, Dr. Thos.; house, 56, Charlotte-street 
Chalmers, John, slater, 3, New Wynd 
Chambers, J. spirit dealer, 102, High-street 
Chapman, Robert printer, 101, Candleriggs; house, 3^ 

Centre-street, Tradeston 
Chapman, David, vintner, '^1, Trafalgar place 
Chapman, J. teacher of elocution, 17, Richnjond-str. 



CHA 37 CLA 

Chapman, William, joiner, 93, High-street 
Charles, James, broker, Sidney court; ho. Robertson -St. 
Charles, John, Smith's coNrt; house, LiHy bank 
Charles, Lieiit. D. Royal mihtary artificers, Welling- 
ton place, Hutchesontown 
Charity, Mrs, midwife, 34, Bridgegate 
Chiilas, A. chan41er, 165, Stockweli 
Chisholm ^ Willis, carvers .ajilders, 13, Hutcheson-st. 
Chisholm, Wm. :/ Jas. manufacturers, 6, Candleriggs 
Christie . Fouler, turners^ Double dykes, Calton 
Christie, John, hair-dresser, 158, Trongate 
Christie, W. music instr. mak. Currie's closs, High-str 
Christie, Thomas & Geo. Young, writers, 29, Stockw, 
Christie, G. provision and spirit-dealer, 85, Old wynd 
Christie, John, joiner, Craignestock 
Christie, James, merchant, 60, Hutcheson-street; ho. 
corner of Thistle and Adelphi-str. Hutckesontowa 
Christie, James, merchant, 107, Nelson-street; house, 

1, South Frederick- street 
Christie, C. tin-plate-worker, 128, Gallowgate 
Christie, J. x A. spirit-dealers, 5b, High-street 
Christie, Daniel, mason, Drygate, north-side 
Chrystal, William, of the Grammar School; lodging, 

7,. Richmond-street 
Church, Wm. manufac. 36, Candleriggs; bo. 1, Geo, sq. 
Clark, A. surgeon, 118, ■ ligh-street 
Clark, A & A. manufacturers, 31, Bell-street 
Clarke, Charles, china stoneware shop, 89, High-str. 
Clarke, Mrs. D, spirit-dealer, 45, Glassford-street 
Clarke, George, paper-ruler, 107, Old-wynd 
Clark 'k Kirkwood, manufacturers, 15, Candleriggs 
Clarke, John, tailor,' 19, Prince's street 
Clark, John, writer, 82, Stirling street 
Glark, John, painter, 449, GallowgatQ 



CLA S8 COC 

Clark, John, cotton- spinner, Abercromby-str. Calton 
Clark, Mrs. John, umbrella,-maker, 57, Wilson-street 
Clarke, Michael, clothes-broker, 61, Saltmarket 
Clark, Robert, beef-steak house, 57, Bridgegate 
Clark, W. M. merchant, at Campbell, Clark 5c Co.'s 
Clark, William, spirit dealer, 47, Bridgegate 
Clark, William, grocer, 36, Hutcheson-street 
Clarke, Wm. strong-beer-house, 87, Saltmarket 
Clarkson, J. grocer, 70, King-street 
Clarkson, John, grocer, Clyde-street, Calton 
Cleghorn, Dr. lecturer on chemistry, H, Collesf'^'Stre 
Cleland, James, superint. of works, Council Clmaibers 
Cleland ' Herbertson, marble-work, Bnth-street 
Clery, Mrs. pastry baker, 612, Argyll-street 
Clow, Andw. shoe shop, 97, Hutcheson-street 
Clow, James, do. 17S, Saltmarket 
Clug^ton, W. & W teachers, 19, St. Andrew's square 
Clydesdale, W. teacher of arithmetic, &c, 109, Saltra. 
Coats, James, yarn merchant, 10, Wilson-street 
Coats & Burnside, merchants,^ 37, Bell-street 

Coats, John, vintner. ^1, do. 

Coats, Vroh. & vVm. linen-manufac. 23, Stirling-street 

Coats, Jn. linen & cotton do. 36, Canon-street 

Coats, Andrew, brass- founder, japanner and clock-dial 
manufacturer, 6, Muirhead- street, Gorbals 

Coats, William, taylor, 63, Trongate 

Cochrane, Jn. jun. merchant; house and warehouse, 
Sidney-court 

Cochrane, John & Co. yarn-warehouse, 61, Wilson-str. 

Cochrane, David, tanner, near the English Chapel 

Cochrane. Mrs John, spirit-dealer, 18, Argyll-str. 

Cochrane, James, hardwareman, 6, Trongate 

Cochrane, J. tailor, 5, Saltmarket 

Cochrane, Sergt. vintner, 49, do. 



COC 39 COO 

Cochrane, M. milliner, 112, Nelson-street 
\Coke, Thomas, tailor, 7, Hutcheson-street 
Cockburn, Wm. vintner, 40, King-street . 
Cockburn, Alex, grocei-, Cross-loan-street, Calton 
Coleman, Samuel, 52, St. Andrew's square ; house, 18, 

Richmond-street 
Collier, Thos. & Co. machine -makers, Mitchell street 
Collier, Capt. barrack- master ; ho. foot of St. Enoch-sq. 
Collier, J. W. commission agent, 22, Argyll- s_treet 

Collins, , teacher, Campbell-street 

Colquhoun, M. grocer and joiner, 168, High-street 
Colquhoun, William, spirit-dealer, 280, Gallowgate 
Colquhoun, James, spirit-cellars, 69, Argyll-street 
Colvill, George, bookbinder, 26, i ell-street 
Colvill, Stephen, hair-dresser, 51, Bell-street 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, 73, Ingram-street 
Connachar, John, woollen-draper, 97, Tro^gate 
Conly, F. provision shop, 75, King-street 
Connel, Robert, grocer, Crossioan-street, Calton 
Connel, D. and J. merchants, 35, Virginia-street; lodg- 
ing, St. Vincent-street 
Connel, C straw-hat shop, 40, Glassford-street 
Connell, Peter, grocer, Cowcaddens 
Connal, Wm. merchant, at Findlay, DufF& Co.'sj house,- 

43, Ingram street 
ConnaJ, John, brewer, Greenhead brewery 
Conriochie and Bontrohn, ironmongers, 16, Gallowgate 
Conning, Mrs, vintner, 4 16, do. 

Cood, Mrs. haberdasher, 19, Eell-street 
Cook, James, engineer, Tradeston 
Cook, James, smith. West-street, do. " 

Cook, Andw. turner, 621, Argyll-street 
Cook, Thos. pastry baker. 111, Gallowgate 
Cook, D. stocking manufacturer, 627, Argyll-street 



coo 40 COW 

Cook, D. grocer, Cross street, Anderston 

Cook, James, merchant, 36, ' roomielaw 

Cooper, W. and A, and Co. Osnaburgh and thread 

warehouse, 12, Stirling-street 
Cooper, Samuel, at W. and A. Cooper and Go's 
-Cooper's Tavern, head of New wynd p * 

^Copland, William, writer, 175, Trongate 
Copland, James, victualler, 127, Gallowgate 
Corbett, Cunningham, merchant, 85, Clyde-street 
Corbett, Ross, do. do. 

Corbett, Buchanan, and Co. merchants, do. 

Corbet, , su*rgeon, 3J, Main-street, Gorbals 

Corbett, Peter, merchant, 13, Miller-street 
Carbett, Col. James, Robertson's court, Argyll-street 
Corkindale, Mrs. grocer, 63, Jamaica-street 
Corkindal^, Dr. James, 156, Saltmarket; house, Mori- 
son's Court, Argyll-street 
Corse, David ^< Co. yarn warehouse, 58, Candleriggs 
Corti, B. carver & gilder, 68, Saltmarket 
Cotton, S. china and glass warehouse, Moodie's court 
Coubrough, John & Go. manufacturers, 72, Bell-street 
Coulter, Samuel, brickmaker, Gallowgate toll 
Coulter, John, do. near Gorbals 

Couper, Wm. surgeon, 19, West George street 
Couper, D. turner, 294-, High-street 
Couper, James, worsted shop, 30, Prince's street 
Couper, Robert, shoe shop, 89, King-street 
Couper, James, store-keeper, 55, Brooraielaw 
Coutts, Joseph, baker, 339, Gallowgate 
Cowan, John Sc Co. brewers, Anderston 
Cowan, R. &' Sons, merch. and corn-fact. Grahamston 
Cowan, Wm & Son, seedsmen, 19, Argyll-street 
Cowan, William, watchmaker, 27 High-street 
Cowan, Gilbert, manufacturer, 83, Bell-sti'eet 



€OW 41 CRA 

Cowan, William, teacher, 88, Argyll-street 
Cowan 6c CamercJn, manufacturers, 26, Nelson-street 
Cowie, John, locksmith. Little Dovehill 
Crabb, B. -ic J. L. pencil makers. 29, Saltmarket 
Cranston Hill Water Co.'s office, 59. Hucheson-str. 
Craig, George, engraver, 27, East Albion-street 
Craig, A. merchant, 55^ Miller-street 
Craig, Andrew, shoe shop, 160, Saltmarket 
Craig, Hugh, shoemaker, 48, Princes-street 
Craig, James^ plumber, 94, Stockwell 
Craig, James, baker, 1, Dundas-street 
Craig, John, stabler, Kent- street 
Craig, John, Scotch cloth shop, 31 7, High-street 
Craig, John, leather- merchant, 1, Prince's street 
Craig, John, yarn-merchant 392, Gallowgate 
Craig, John, shoe ^ Ieath«?r shop, 1, Trongate 
Craig, J Jamieson, Slietbnd hosier, 43, King-street 
Craig, Mrs. midwife, above 265, High-street 
Craig, Mrs. shroud-maker, 79, i^ridgegate 
Craig, Mrs. spirit-dealer, Grahamston 
Craig, Mrs. :v Co. Haberdashers, 601, Argyll-street 
^Craig, Robert . 'Vm. cloth-merchants, 10, Trongate 
Craig, Robert, painter, 42, Candleriggs 
Craig, Robert, shoe shop, 159, Bndgegate 
Craig, Robert, merch. 26, Bruns.-str house, Kingston 
Craig, Thomas, baker, 126, Dry gate 
Craig \ Thomson, spirit-ceilars, Buchanan's court,, 

Argyll-street 
Craig, William, manufacturer, 12, Stirling-street 
Craig, William^ surgeon, 216, High street 
Craigie, Laurence, collector of c. ss, 8, St. Enoch sqr. 

count ing-house, 10, Queen street 
Crawford, A. pocket-book-n)akHr, 39, Saltmarket 
Crawford, Adam, grocer, 68, Gailo^gate 
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CRA 42 CRO 

Crawford, Archibald & Co. grocers, 592, Argyll-street 
Crawford, Andrew, hair-dresser, 1, Jamaica street 
Crawford, D Barony beadle, Johnston's land, Barony 

Glebe 
Crawford, David, merchant, Cessnock, Govan 
Crawfurd, George, writer, office^ Wa^ace court, house, 

52, Montrose-street 
Crawford, Gilb. & Co. boot 8c shoemak. 93, Hutch.-str. 
Crawford, James, saddler, Cowcaddens 
Crawford, John, joiner, 616, Argyll-street 
Crawfurd, J. & A. warehousemen, 4-59, Gallowgate. 
Crawford, R. poulterer, 14, Prince's street 
Crawford, Robert, spirit-dealer, 105, Bridgegate 
Crawford, William, plasterer, 39, Saltmarket; house, 

Anderston Walk 
Crawford, Ebenezer, victualler, 4, Prince's street 
Crawford, W. jun. rope-spinner, 94, Bridgegate 
Crawford, Wm. spirit-dealer, 115, Trongate 
c Crawford, Wm. o; Co. haberdashers, 37, do. 
Crie, David, shoemaker, 51, King-street 
Crie, Thos. manufacturer, 74, Wilson-street 
Crichton, A. hatter, 15, Saltmarket 
Crighton, •. chemiqal and philosophical instrument- 
maker, 2, Charlotte-street 
Crichton, John, general agent, and agent for Dundee 
& Perth Shipping Co. 616, Argyll-street and 59, 
Queen-street 
Crighton, M. milliner and mantua-maker, 63, Stockwell 
Crighton, R. smith, 297, High-street 
Crighton, ames, vintner, 62, Bell-street 
. Croil, Js. merchant, 24 St. And.^st.; house, Peter^s Hill 
^ Croil, William & Co. merchants, 13, Brunswick -place 
Crombie & Carnegie, Coiton-spin.Main-str. Anderston 
Crombie, Humphry, Post Office court 



CRO 4S CUM 

Crombie, Andrew, cart-wright, Cowcaddens 
Crombie, Peter, furniture-shop, 151, Bridgegate 
Crooks, A. at Leitch 6c Smith's; ho. 118, George-str. 
Crookshanks, ^. smith, &c. Old Vennal 
Croom, Wm. warehouseman, 22, Trongate ; house, 58, 

Charlotte-street 
Croom, John, tobacconist, 251, High-street 
Crosbie, John, vintner, head of Back Wynd 
Cross, James, house, Adelphi-street, Hutcl>esontown 
Cross, James, coal-master, orders left at 105, Trongate 
Cross, John, spirit-dealer, 84, Saltmarket- 
Cross, John & Co. manufacturers, 8, Stirling-street 
Cross, Mrs grocer, 120, Bridgegate 
Cross, John, mathematical academy, 9, John-street; 
house, at the Observatory 
/Cruden, George, merchant, 21, Hutcheson-street 
Crouch, John, basketmaker, 98, Candleriggs 
Crum, A. and J. Printfield warehouse, 20, Sh Andrew-gt. 
Cubic, Adam, pottery- work, Gallowgate toll 
Cubic and Patterson, salt-office, 1, King-street 
Culcreuch cotton-yarn-warehouse, 26, Montrose-st. 
Cullen, John, manufacturer, 66, Glassford-street 
CuUen, Daniel, and Co. Calenderers, Stirling-street 
Cumin, William, surgeon. College 
Cumming, P. shoe shop, 61, Trongate 
Cumming's, John, English academy, 47, Wilson-street 
Cumming, Mrs. milliner and straw-hat manufacturerp 

23, King*street 
Cumming, Kirkwood and Allan, manufacturers and 

warehousemen, 27, Hutcheson street 
Cumming, Thomas, cheese and ham shop, 77, King-str, 
Cumming, Alex, muslin shop, 118, Argyll-street 
Cumming, James, writer, 1, Brunswick place 
Gumming, J. messenger, 11, Saltmarket 
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CUN 44 DAL 

Cunningham, George, shoe shop, 147, Trongate 
Cnnningham, Wm. teacher of 'nusic, 621, Argyll-street 
Cunningham, Wm. commission wareh. J 69, Montrose-str 
Cunningham, Mrs. eating-house, 216, George-street 
Cunningham, George and Co. hat shop, 52, Trongate 
Cunningham, John, meal man 55 f High-street 
Curl, James, tavern, Tontine closs, Trongate 
Currie and Nisbett, spirit-dealers, 110, Stockwell 
Currie & Terris, smiths & reed loom-makers, Mitchell-str. 
Currie, David, baker, Grahamston 
Currie, Donald, tailor, 11, Bell-street 
Currie, H. baker & spirit dealer, Tobago-str. Calton 
Currie, Wra. timber-merch. do. ; house, S8,Charlotte-stf, 
Currie, Mrs. Daniel, spirit cellars. Turner's court 
Currie, James, mill-wright, Thistle street 
Currie, George, bricklayer, 7, Old wynd 
Currie, Thos. merch 13, Ingram-str. ;ho. Adelpbi-str. 
Currie, William, Tintner, 23, King-street 
Curtis, Richard, silver plater, 159, Saltraarket 
Cuthbert, William, meal-seller, 63, Bell-street 
Cuthbert, Wra. Ayr, Irvine, Stranraer, and Portpatrick 

daily carrier, 64, Ingram-street 
Guthbertson & Sym's yarn warehouse, 24, Stirllng-str. 
Cuthbertson, Donald, factor and accountant, do. 
Cuthbertson, John, grocer, 48, Adelphi-street 
Cuthbertson, Thos. & Co. iron merchts. 386, Gallowgate 
Cuthil, Archibald, writer, and clerk to the XrOwer Ward 

Lieutenancy, 70, Glassford-street 
Cuthill, Alex, writer, 190, Trongate 

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Dale, James, merchant j lodging, 95, High John-str. 
Dalgleish, Robt. & Co. candle shop, 3, Hutcheson str. 
Dalgleish & Frame, calico printers, 27, do. 

DalglishjiR. Falconer & Co. calico printer*, 8, Ingram str. 



DAL 4.5 DAV 

Dalglish, Wm. and James, manufacturei-s, 4!4, Bell-street 
Dall, A. spirit dealer, Laigh-kirk-closs 
Dallas, Alexander, grocer, 116, Argyll-street 
^ Dalmarnock dye-worfc company, 80, Trongate 
Dalmuir alkali company, 61, Buchanan-street s 

Dalmuir paper warehouse, S2, Bell-street 
Dalsholm, do. 75, do. 

Dalziel, James, general agent, SS^ Glassford-streeit 
Darnley, James, merchant, 79, do. 

Davis, James, grocer, 85, Hospital-street 

Davis, , stay & corset maker, 19, Glassford-street 

^^ Davie, James, haberdasher, 143, Trongate 
\Davie, Robert do. 38, do. 

Davidson, William & Co. tanners, Spoutmouth 
Davidson, Thos. manufact. BS^ St. Andrew's square 
Davidson, Thos. jun. manufacturer, 12, Wilson-street 
Davison, Thom, & Alexander, Irish linen warehouse, 
49, Brunswick-street ; house, 7, S; Frederick-street 
\ Davidson, Jaijies, tobacconist, 179, High-street 
Davidson, Mrs. milliner, 71, Bell-street 
Davidson, James & Co. heddle makers, &c. 27, Nelsonst. 
Davidson & Co. candle shop, 23, Argyll-street 
Davidson & Co. clothiers, 29, do. 

Davidson, , saddler & harness maker, 161, Gallowgate 

Davidson, J. comb-maker and vintner, 14, do. 
""^Davidson, Alexander, haberdasher, 87, Trongate 
Davidson, John & Co. ship and insurance brokers, An- 
tigua buildings 
Davidson, John, house, 59, Jamaica-street 
Davidson, John, messenger, Calton-mouth 
Davidson, John, ship broker, 26, Bell-street 
Davidson, George, basketmaker, ^^^ Candlerigg^ 

Davidson, , shoemaker, Blackfriars-wynd 

Davidson, Bryce, spirit dealer, 147? Stockwell 
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DAW 4d DIG 

Dawson & Co. brass founders and wholesale hardware- 
men, 462, Gallowgate; foundry, Old Vennal 
Dawson & Johnstons, manufacturers, 169, Montrose-st, 
Deakin & Smith, button warehouse, 28, Glassford-str» 
Dayer, Mrs. John, stabler, King-street, Tradeston 
Deans, George, grocer, do. do. 

Deans, Wm. district adjutant, Hutchesontown 
Deanston Company, at J. Finlay & Co.'s Queen-street 
Dearie, Charles, engraver, i24, Trongate 
De Bois, Chas. teach. & transl. of langs. 7, Hutch.-str. 
De Monti, Chas. J. A. music-seller, 598, Argyll-street 
Dempster, John, merchant, 74, Brunswick-street 
Dempster, A. painter, 378, Gallowgate 
Denholm, Jas. Glasgow Academy, 48, Dunlop-streefe 
' -Denny, David, merch. 1 3, Trong. house, 62, Jamaica-st. 
-Denny, David & Alex. & Co merchants, 175, Trong. 
Dennistoun, Robert, mercht. lodging, 6, Buchanan-str. 
Dennistoun, Robert & Co. merchants, 5, do. 
Dennistoun, George & Robert & Co. merchants, Bu- 
chanan's court, 175, Trongate 
Dennistoun, Buchanan & Co. merchants, 36, Candler. 
Dennistoun, J. & A. merchants, 2, Ingram street 
Deuchrass, John, auctioneer, corner of Prince's street 

and King-street 
Deuchrass, John, pastry baker, 27, Prince's street 
Dick, Rev John, lodging, 17, North Hanover-street 
Dick, Rich, mercht. 3, Hutch.-str.; lodging, Bath.-str. 
\Dick, Walter, agent, 9, Trongate 
'iDick, Douglas & Co. manufacts. 29, Brunswick-street 
Dick, James & Son, bakers, 67, Broomielaw 
Dick, Wm. cheese merchant, 89, Candleriggs 
Dick, Wm. porter bouse, 42, High-street 
Dick, Wm grocer, 150, SaJtmarket 
Dick, Peter, baker, Argyll-street, north side 



Die 47 BOH 

Dickie, Adam, manufacturer, 8, St. Andrew's square 
Dickie, Rob. sen. at R. White & Co.'s; ho. Garnet-hill 
Dickie, Sam. & Co. Scotch cloth shop, 314, High-str. 
Dickson, John, stabler, 595, Argyll-street 
Dickson, Mrs. lodgings, 14, Hutcheson-street 
Dickson, William, cooper, 103, High-street 
Dickson, John, threadraaker, Blackfriars' wynd 
Dickson, James, taylor, 455, Gallowgate 
Dingwall, William, merchant, 28, Brunswick-place 
Dinning, John, writer, 21, Glassford-street ; housej 

Centre-street, Tradeston 
Dinning, P. tailor, 69, Trongate 
Dinsdale, J. teacher, 9, Shuttle-street 
NDinwoodie, A. sedan chair office, 93, Trongate 

Divini , clothes broker, 3, Bridgegate 

Dixon, Wm. jun. coal office, 69, Broomielaw, R. Stew- 
art, agent 
Dixon, Adam & Co. manufacturers, 24, Stirling-Street 
Dixon, James, shoe shop, 162, Saltmarket 
Dobbie, John, watchmaker, 276, High-street 
-Dobbie, John, cloth-mercht. 31, Trongate 
Dobbie, Robert, baker. Kirk-street, Calton 
Dobbie, John, spirit dealer, 142, Bridgegate 
Dobson, William, stocking dresser, Kirkwood's lani^ 

Tobago- street, Calton 
Dobson, James, drysalter, Muirhead-street, Gorbals 
Doig, J. & D. manufacturers, 459, Gallowgate 
Dollar, Robert, stabler, 28, Duke-street 
Dollar, George, joiner, Anderston walk 
Don, James, Outer High Church beadle, Mitchell-stf, 
Dodds, John, tin plate worker. Main-street, Calton 
Donald, J. teacher, 55, Queen-street 
Donald, James, shoemaker, Blackfriars-steps 
Donald, John, painter, 257, High-street 



DON is DOU 

Donald, C. D. writer, 37, Virginia-street; house, St. 

Enoch's square 
Donaldson, George, manufacturer, 23, St. Andrew-str. 
Donaldson, David^ provision shop, 613, Argyll-street 
Donaldson, James, slater, 2, Hamilton-street 
Donaldson^ John, baker, 45, Saltmarket 
Donaldson, Peter, spirit dealer, Tobago-street, Calton 
Donaldson, John, confectioner, 421, Gallowgate 
Donaldson, A. weaving utensil maker, 25, Kirk-street 
'^Donaldson, James, cotton broker, 25, Brunswick-street; 
house, 24, Ingram-street 
Donaldson & M'Feat, music-sellers, 50, ,Glassford-street 
Donaldson, John, lodging, 3, George's place 
Donaldson, Robert, grocer, 104, High-street 
Donaldson & Carruthers, smiths, 34, Main-str, Gorbals 
Dougal, John, fishing-rod-maker, 88, Trongate 
Dougal, Thomas, flesher, 72, King>street 
Dougal, Thomas, eating house, 30, Bridgegale 
Dougal, J. stabler, 11, Kirk-street, Townhead 
Dougal, George, shoe shop, 593, Argyll-street 
'^"'Dougall & Robertson, silk warehouse, 34, Trongate 

^"^ Douglas, , lapidary, 9, Trongate 

Douglas, Brown & Co. merchants, 28, Virginia-street 
Douglas, Campbell, fac. for Ld. Douglas & Blyths- 

wood, 50, Miller-str. 
Douglas & Campbell, insurance-brokers. Coffee-room, 

and 49, Ingram-street 
Douglas, Edward, slater, Water side, Finnieston 
"Douglas V Ferguson, writers, 32, Hutcheson. street ^ 
Douglas, Geo. lead merch. and plumbr 591, Argyll-st. 
Douglas, Geo. reed-maker, 94, Candleriggs 
Douglas, J. T. & A. & Co. merchants, 51, Virginia-st* 
Douglas, John, merchant •, hoUse, 12, Gordon-street 
Douglas, J, & Co. milliners, 6ic. 118, Nelson-street 



DOU 4S DUE 

Douglas, Niel, printer, X61, Stockwell 

Douglas, P. glue-maker, 55, Gallowgate 

Douglas, Stewart & Co. cotton-spinners and machine 

makers, 27, Muirhead-street, Gorbals 
Douglas, Stewart, cotton-broker, 28, Virginia-street 
Douglas, Thos. corn merchant, Alston-street 
Douglas, T, D. hat-maker, 51, Bell-street 
Douglas, Wm. & Co. plumbers and water closet-makers^ 

17, Turner's court 
Doughty, Jas. dyer, 12, Main-street, Gorbals 
Douie, Rob. of the grammar school ; house, Carswell*s 

court, George-street 
Dow, A. & Co. brush-makers, 46, High-street 
Dow, John, do. "^9, Gallowgate 

Dow, Peter, porter and spirit-dealer, 417, do. 
Dow, James & Co. spirit-cellars, 8, Bell-street 
Dow, And. writer; 15, Ingram street, ho. 2, George-str. 
>/ Dow, Samuel, spirit-dealer. 111, Bridgegate 
Down, Alex. do- 168, Saltmaiket 

Downie, John drysalter, Melville place; lodging, 

South Wellington-place 
Downie, Alex. do. do. 
Downicv Thomas, spirit-dealer, 295, High-street 
Downie, Wm. smith and farrier, 30, Gallowgate 
Downie, John, do. do. SSI, do. 

Downie, Malcom, do. spirit dealer, 41, New wynd 
Downie, William, do. do. Back wynd 

Downie, James, silversmith do. 

Drew, William, woollen-draper, 9, Nelson-street 
Drew, William, tin-plate-worker, 48, Wilson-street 
Drew, William, japan work. High John-street 
Drew, A. makes burying crapes, 17, Trongate 
Drew, John, victualler & spirit-dealer, 92, Bridgegate 
Drew, John, furniture warehoHse, 89, Saltmarket 



DRE 50 DUN 

Drew, John, agent for Newcastle & Leith traders, 88, 

Argyll-street 
Drew, J. milliner, 106, Nelson-street 
Druraraond, Mrs> J. soap and candlemaker, 57, Saltra. 
Drummond, James, turner, 93, High-street 
Drummond, Robt. shoemaker, 6, Gallowgate 
Drummond, John, lamp contractor, 54, Bell-street 
Drummond, George, baker, 125, George-street 
Drummond, Andrew, porter, 15, Gallowgate 
Drummond, ^ames, meal-man, 156, do. 
Drummond, J. &'Cq. Scotch cloth shop, 315, High-st. 
Drysdale, John, grocer, 122, Trongate 
Drysdale, John, jun. grocer, 44, Gallowgate 
Drysdale, John, baker, 22, Main-street, G orbals 
Drysdale, Robt. grocer, 34, Gallowgate 
Drysdale, Alex. do. 50, do. 
Drysdale, John, cooper, 132, do. 
Drysdale, John, sheriff clerk, Antigua buildings 
Drysdale, George, warehouseman, do. 
DufF & Stevenson, manufacturers, 57, Brumswick-str. 
Duff & Beveridge, Manchester wareho. 26, Argyll-str. 
Dumbarton Glass-work Co. at Glasgow bottle-works 
Dumbrec, John, victualler, 14, New-wynd 
Dumbrec, Alexander, do. 289, Gallowgate 
Dumbrec,- Alexander, baker, 42, King-street 
Dun, ^ames, baker, Tureen- street 
Dun, Andrew, fiesher, 47, Bell-street 
Dun, Rob. frame-smith, Kirk-street, Calton 
Dun, John, manufacturer, 1, Ingram-street 
Dunn, Wm machine-maker, 75, John-street; house, 

9, George's square 
Dunn, Geo. vintner, 65, Trongate 
Dun, Geo. grocer, !;•, Gharlotte-street 
Dunn, John, at Robert Eccles & Co.*s 



DUN 51 DUN 

Dun, John, writer, 256 High-street, 

Dunn, John, surgeon, 180, do. 

Dun, David, flesher, 68, King-street 

Dun, James, vintner, 39, Saltmarket 

Dunn, Matthew & Co. Bridgeton cotton yarn wareho. 

50, Virginia- street 
Dunn, Mrs. shroud-maker, 21, Candleriggs 
Dunbar, Mrs. dealer in furniture, 153, Bridgegate 
Duncan, And. booksell. & print, ho. 594, Argyll str. 
Duncan, A. & J. printers to the University, do. 

'Duncan, A. & J, M. booksellers, 173, Trongate ' 
Duncan & Bowman, quill-manufacts. 96, New wynd 
Duncan, G. & Son, bootmakers, 18, Adelphi-street 
Duncan, G. agent for Aberdeen traders, 7, Queen-str, 

\Duncan, J. & H. manufacturers, 127, Trongate 

\Duncan, Robt jeweller, 96, do. 

Duncan, James, jun. bookseller, 13, Saltmarket 

^Duncan, Mrs. James, baker, 30, Hutcheson^street 
Duncan, James, grocer, Grahamston 

\Duncan, John, baker, 86, Trongate 
Duncan, John, jun. drysalter, 149, Montrose-street 
Duncan, John, grocer, York place 
Duncan, Monteith & Co. grocers, 12, King-street 
Duncan, Thos. printer, 159, Saltmarket 
Duncan, W. bookseller and stationer, 16, Saltnaarkejb 
Duncan, W. grocer, 29, BelF-street 
Duncan, Wm. spirit- dealer, 61, Bell-street 
Duncan, Wm. writer. Post Office court 
Duncan, Wm. confectioner, 421, Gallowgate 
Duncan, Francis, dyer, Clyde-street, Anderston 
Duncanson, Alex, baker, 31, Glassford-street 
Dundee & Perth Shipping Co. at J. Crichton's, 616, 

Argyll-street, ^;d 59, Queen-street 
Dunlop, Boyd, merchant, 46, Miller-street 



DUN 52 EBG 

Dunlop, Colin, Fullarton coal-oflSce, 78, Trongate 
Dunlop, Hamilton & Co. linen merchants, 51, Bell-str. 
Dunlop, James, jun. insurance-broker, 17, Trongate; 

lodgings, 604, Argyll-street 
Dunlop, Jas. S. Co. cotton spin, at Oswald, Stevenson 

&Co/s 
Dunlop, James, house Clyde-street 
Dunlop, James, merchant, at Watt, Barr & Co.'s 
Dunlop, James, writer, 96, King-street 
Dunlop, John, baker, 36, Glassford-street 
Dunlop, J. & W. plasterers, 36, Govan-street 
Dunlop, Robert, joiner, 268, High-street 
Dunnet, M- & Co. calenderers, 87, Glassford-street 
Duntocher & Faifley, yarn warehouse, 75, John-street 
Dykes, James, yarn-shop, 438, Gallowgate 
Dymock, John, of the Grammar School ; lodging, 43, 

North Hanover-street 

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Eadie, William, baker, 407, Gallowgate 

Eason, Alston & Co. South MaxwelUstreet 

Easton, Robert & Son, manufacturers, 44, Bell-street 

Easton, Rev. Alex, academy, 13, College-street 

Easton, ~— - , vintner, 19, Trongate 

Easton, Geo. spirit dealer, 27, Adelphi-street, Hut- 

chesontown 
Easton, John, spirit dealer, 82, Candleriggs 
Easton &. Scott, painters, 164, Trongate 
Eccles, James; house, West St. Vincent street 
Eccles, Robert, & Co. merchants, Antigua-place 
Eccles, William, & James & Co. do. do. 
Eccles, William, house, 60, Buchanan-street 
Eccles, James ; house> West St. Vincent-street 
Edgars & Lyon, merchants, 11, Ingram-street 



EDG 53 EWI 

Edgar, Wm. cotton and worsted shop, 37, Gallovvgate 
Edinburgh Mail Coach Office, 635, Argyll-street, and 

3, Nelson-street 
Edington, T. & Sons, iron works, near Port Dundas; 

letters left at Mr. M'Nair's sugar house, Queen-str. 
Edmonston, Mrs. dress-maker, 20, Maxwell-street 
,;?^draond, Joseph, manufacturer, 22, Brunswick-place 

"^ Edmond & Birkmyre, do. 76, Hutchesori-street 
Edmond, John, baker, 391, Gallowgate 
Edmond, Jane, grocer, 6, Shiittle-street 

Edwards, , surgeon, corner of Havannah-street 

Eglinton, John, cqnfectioner, 12, Charlotte-street 

Eglinton, John, victualler, 58, Gallowgate 

Elder & Marshall, writers, 64-, Candleriggs 

Elliot, Thomas, 49, Trongate 

Elliot, Adam & Co. warehousemen, 459, Gallowgate 

Ellegood & Smith, rbanufacturers, 8, Stirling-street 

Ellis, Bleaymire & Mitchell, 10, Cochrane-street 

Ellis, Mrs. Peter, starcher, Brownfield 

Erskine, John, stabler, 23, St. Andrew's lane 

Erksine, Robert, grocer, 113, Rottenrow 

Ewing, W. & Co. calenderers. Smith's court, Candlerlg. 

Ewing, Mrs. Alexander, grocer, 89, Trongate 

Ewing & Anderson, smiths, Maxwell-street 

Ewing, James & Co. merchants, 13, Ingram-street 

Ewing, James, do. house, head of Queen-street 

"^"^Ewing, John, writer, 32, Brunswick-street 

Ewing, J. M. & J. Borrowman, writers, 7, Hutch.-str, 
Ewing^ May & C6. merchants, Melville-place 

- Ewing, Mrs. grocer, 74, Argyll-street 

Ewing, Patrick & Co. cloth shop, 176, Trongate 
Ewing, Rev. Greville, lodging, 4, Carlton-place 
Ewing, Wm. lodging, Douglas' land, GrahamstOR 
Bwing, Walter, house, 21, Charlotte-street 
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EWI 54^ FER 

Ewing, Wm. merch. at P. E wing & Co.'s 176, Trong. 
Ewing, Wm. yarn merchant, 38, Hutcheson-street 
Excise Office, Spreul's court, Glassford-street 
Ewing, Arch. Cumberland court, Gallowgate 

F 

Faifley & Duntocher, yarn warehouse, 75, John-street 
"Farland, Alex, yarn warehouse, 18, Brunswick plac© 
Farie, James, of Farm, coal office, 69, Broomiel.; R, 

Stewart, agent 
Fairlie, James, spirit dealer, 53, Bell-street 
Fairlie, James, grocer, Kirk street, Calton 
Fairlie, William, do. 21, Adelphi-street 
^Falconer, Thomas, writer, 98, Trongate 
Falconer, Mrs. haberdasher, 29, Bell-street 
Falconer & Buchanan, manufacturers, 12, St. And. sqr. 
Falconer, R. hosier & draper, 2, High-street 
Falconer, Robert, & Brothers, hosiers, 4, do. 
Falconer, William, printer, 3, High-street 
Farquhar, Buchanan & Co. wine & spirit eel. SO, Stock. 
Faskine coal office, 37, Brunswick-place 
Faulds, And. vintner, M'Nair's land, 92, Eing-street 
Faulds, Allan, spirit dealer, 89, Glassford-street 
Fender, John, spirit dealer, Great Hamilton, street 
Fenton, Robert, iron mercht. & agent, 46, Jamaica-str. 
Fergus, John, organist, teacher of instrumental music, 

Morrison's court, Argyll-street 
Fergus, William, painter, 24, John-street 
Fergus, Hugh, hosier, 461, Gallowgate 
Fergus, William, plasterer, 49, Balmanno-street 
Fergus, George, B. merchant, 4, King-street 
Ferguson, A. dyer, 297, High-street 
Ferguson, A. & J. tailors, 137, Saltmarket 
Ferguson, Alexander, grocer, 624, Argyll-street 



FER 55 FEE ' 

Ferguson, Alex. & Co. woollen-drapers, 448, Gallowg. 
Ferguson, D. spirit dealer, 635, Argyll-street 
Ferguson, D. slater, 283, High-street 
Ferguson, D. shoe-black manufacturer, 118, Stockwell 
Ferguson, Daniel, shoe shop, 30, John-street 
Ferguson, Duncan, clothier, 40, Saltmarket 
Ferguson, Dun. poulterer, 44, Prince's street 
Ferguson, Dun. provision shop, 11, Stockwell 
Ferguson, E. chip hat-maker, 6, Argyll-street 
Ferguson, Hugh, writer ; lodging, 7, Graham's building 
Ferguson, Jas. & Co. drysalters, 38, Argyll-street 
Ferguson, James, spirit dealer, 157, Gallowgate 
Ferguson, James, shoe shop, 104, George-street 
Ferguson, John, confectioner, 22, Trongate 
Ferguson, John, tin-plate worker, 151, Stockwell . 
Ferguson, John, shoemaker, i5. Prince's street 
Ferguson, John, wine and porter cellar, 4, Old wynd 
Ferguson, John, writer, 107, Nelson-street 
Ferguson, John, spirit dealer, 2, Stirling-street 
Ferguson, J. & Co. merchants, 87, Glassford street 
Ferguson, Mrs. fancy dyer, Sidney court 
^Ferguson, Miss, lets lodgings, 88, Hutcheson-street 
Ferguson, Peter, vintner, 37, Trafalgar-place 
Ferguson, Peter, grocer, 184, High-street 
Ferguson, Peter, spirit dealer, 160, Stockwell 
Ferguson, Peter, slater, 25, Gallowgate 
Ferguson & Stewart, clothiers, 633, Argyll-street 
Ferguson, Thomas, surveyor of taxes, 50, Miller-stre^et; 

house, M* Arthur*s land Broad-str. Hutchesontown 
Ferguson, Mrs. William, Scotch cloth shop, t, GaJlowg. 
Ferguson, Wm. & Co. silk and lace-men, Melviile place 
Ferguson, William, agent for Kennet Pans distillery, 

Reid's court, Trongate 
Ferguson, William, bookbinder, 159, Saltmarket 
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FER 56 FIS 

fi'erguson, William, banding-maker, Campbell-street 

Ferrie, J. & Co. comb makers, 465, Gallowgate 

Ferrie, Robert, joiner & timber merch. 11, Buchanan-8t. 

Ferrie, Richard, spirit dealer, Spoutmouth 

Ferrie, Adam, merchant, house, Richmond-street 

Ferrie & M*Naught, smiths, Mitchell-street 

Ferrie, J. baker and spirit dealer, 35, King-street 

Ferrier, A. vintner, 13, King street 

Ferrier, Robert, Wood lane, Broomielaw 

Findlater, Alex, collec. of Excise;ho. 24, St. And. sqr. 

Findlay, Duff dc Co, brokers.and commission-merchants, 

22, Virginia-street 
Findlay, Robert, merchant, house, 45, Miller-street 
Finlay, James & Co. merchants, 14, Queen-street ■ 
Finlay, Kirkman, merchant, 15, do. 

Finlay, James, gardener, Burnside lane 
Finlay, George, trunk-maker, 139, Saltmarket 
Finlay, Alexander, carver and gilder, 144, Trongate 
Finlay & Neilson, joiners, entry from Stirling's square 
Finlayson, Jas. & Co.'s oil & brush shop, 19, Clyde terrace ^ 
Finlayson, John, merchant, Jeanfield, Gallowgate toll 
Finlayson, John, manufacturer, 68, Bell-street 
Finlayson, James, muslin shop, 23, do. 
Finlayson, Thomas, jeweller, 153, Stockwell 
Finlayson, J. silversmith, 153, do. 

Finlayson, , jeweller, 5, Nelson-street 

Finlayson, M. & T. grocers, 73, King-street 
Finlayson, M. &Co. lamb wool hosiery, 2,Hutcheson-str. 
Fire Cocks and Engines, see page 9; keys for the En- 
gines in the Police Office, South Albion-street 
Fisher, John, writer, town clerks' chamber 
Fisher & Pollock, manufacturers, 70, Glassford-street 
Fisher, Duncan, tobacconist, 64, Argyll-street 
Fisher, Wm, pocket-book maker, 2, King-street i 



FIS 57 FLE 

Fisher, Peter, chandler, 1, Bell-street 
Fisher, R. grocer, 69, Hospital-street 
Fisher, John, bookbinder, 62, Trongate 
Fisher, Neil, shuttlemaker, Well-street, Calton 
Fleck, Gilbert, spirit dealer, 402, Gallowgate 
Fleming, J. & Co.'s furniture warehouse, 210, High-street 

3Fleming, Bowman & Co. merchants, 93, Brunswick-str. 
Fleming, H. dyer, Rose-street, Hutchesontown 

\ Fleming & Hope, 60, Brunswick-street 
Fleming, James, manufacturer, 462, Gallowgate; 

works, Rose-street, Hutchesontown 
Fleming, Hugh, jun. house, 43, Queen-street 
Fleming, J. & R. Strang, writers, SI, East Albion-str. 
Fleming, J. P. writer, 37, Virginia-street ; house, 159, 

George-street 
Fleming, James, wright, Sharp's open, Anderston 
Fleming, James, manufacturer, 5, Saltmarket 
Fleming, John, manufacturer, 79, Bell-street 
Fleming, John, & Co. spirit-dealers, 240, High-street 
Fleming, John, jun. agent, 7, South Albion-street 
Fleming, John, writer; house 4, Bath-street 
Fleming, M. baker, Grahamston 

Fleming, Matthew, merchant; lodging, 95, George-str. 
Fleming, Matthew, & Co. manufac. do. do. 
Fleming, Peter & Co. ironmongers, 7, Argyll-street 
Fleming, Peter, land-surveyor, 30, Virginia-street 
Fleming, R. D. agent, Candlerigg Court 
Fleming, Robert, joiner, Robertson-street, Brownfield 
Fleming, Robert, drySalter, 35, Brunswick -street 
Fleming, Robert, merchant, 79, Bell-street 
Fleming, Robert, grocer, 11, Duke-street 
Fleming, Wm. merchant, Sawmillfield, by Port Dundas 
Fleming, W. & J. & Co. 33, East Albion-street 
Fleming, Wm, tailor, 60, Broomielaw 
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FLE 



58 



FLE 



Fleshers in the Beef Market, King'Street, 



Atkinson, Thos. 
Fleming, Wni. 
Fleming, George 
Gilmour, Rob.jun. 
Kilpatrick, William 
Kilpatrick, John 
Kilpatrick, James 
Kilpatrick, Matthew 
Kilpatrick, Robert 
Neilson, James 



Reid, Thomas 
Scouller, John 
ScouUer, Ninian 
Scouller, Charles 
Sugar, .John 
Watson, Matthew 
Watson, WilHara 
Watson, Andrew 
Watson, James 



• Fleshers in the Mutton 
Bowes, Gavin, sen. 
Bowes, Gavin, jun. 
Brown, Peter 
Buchanan, Andrew 
I>unn, David 
Diancanson, John 
Gilmour, David 
Gilmour, Allan 
Hannahj John, sen. 
Hannah, John, jun. 
Kilpatrick, David 
Lang, Thomas 



Market, King-street, 
Lawson, James 
Murrie, Andrew ' 
M'Naughtan, Malcom 
M'Niven, John 
M'Lay, John 
Neilson, Thomas 
Park, Mrs. Robert 
Phillips, John 
Stewart, Robert 
Stewart, Walter 
Wilson, Allan 
Wyse, Matthew 



Fleshers in Belhstreet Market. 
Adam, George, Graham, Williana 

Campbell, Mrs. M, Lang, Archibald 

Adam, John Thomson, William 

Ewing, John 

Fleshers in St, Andre'w's lane Market. 
Buchanan, Walter Bruce, Robert 



FLE 69 FOR 

Fleshers in the John-street Marht, 
Taylor, James Stewart, John 

Fletcher, H. turner. Double dykes, Calton 
Fletcher, A. grocer, Little Dovehill 
Flounders, Robert, guard of Edin. Mail, 145, Stock^r. 
Flyn, John, paymaster for the western district ; lodging, 

9, Clyde buildings • 

Foot, David, plasterer, St. Ninian-str. Hutchesontown 
Forbes, J. & J. carvers and gilders, 158,"Trongate 
Forbes, John, painter, 17, do. 

Forbes, Alex, painter, 82, High-street 
Forbes & M' Alpine, brushmakers, $6, Gallowgate 
Forbes, Mrs. midwife, 152, Trongate 
Forby, — »— , brushm^er. Old Vennal 
Forgie, J. tobacconist, 108, Gallowgate 
Forgie, John, baker. Well-street, Calton 
Forlong, Wm. merchant, north side of George's square 
Forlong, Wni. & Son, wine & spirit cell. 4, Garthland-st. 
Forlong, John, agent, 31, Brunswick-place 
Forrest, Wm. & Co. insurance-brokers, 187? Exchange 
Forrest, William, house, 5, Great Hamilton-street 
Forrest, Mrs. eating-house, 91, Gallowgate 
Forrest, John, wright, 416, do. 

Forrest, David, joiner, at J. Burns' & Co.'s 
Forrest, Walter, clothes broker, 69, Bridgegate 
Forrest & Lindsay, grocers, 16, King-street 
Forrest, John, manufacturer, 221, High-street 
Forrester & Craigie, do. Commercial court 
Forrester, R. baker. Tureen-street, Calton 
Forrester & Buchanan, timber-raerchs. Anderston-waJk 
Forrester, D. vintner, 158, Trongate 
Forrester, Wm. grocer, 69, Stockweil 
Forrester, Rob, & Co. manufacturers, 23, St. And.-str. 



FOR 60 ' FRE 

Forrester, James, vintner, 29, Gallowgate 
Forrester, Anderson & Co. hardware-men, 169, Trong. 
Forrester, James, cheese & and ham shop, 7, King-str. 
Forrester, Mrs. vintner, 6," King-street 
Forster & Corbet, cot.-spinners, Rose-st. Hutchestown 
Forsyth, C. milliner, 59, Glassford- street 
Forsyth, Robert, messenger, 268, High-street 
Forsyth,* Robert, grocer, 35, Stockwell 
Forsyth, John, manufacturer, 8, Nelson-street 
Forsyth, Alex, flesher, 93, Gallowgate 
Forsyth, John, joiner, &c. 74, Wilson-street 
Forsyth, W. & G. writers. Post Office C^urt, Trongate 
Fotheringham, T. joiner, 92, Saltraarket 
Fotheringham, Robt. grocer, Anderston 
Foulds, Thos. agent, 58, Trongate; house, 169, King- 
street, Tradeston 
Frame, Robert, timber-merchant, Gibson-street 
Franie & Pitcairn, manufacturers, 25, St. And.-str. 
Fowler, John, turner. Double-dykes, Gallowgate 
Fowler, Robt. spirit-dealer, 75, Candleriggs 
Frame, William, victualler, Union-place 
Frame, Rob. grocer, 9, Adelphi-str. Hutchesontown 
Fraser, D. stabler, 258, High-street 
Fraser, Donald, porter and window cleaner, 15, Stockw. 
Fraser, James, at A. & J. Crum's, St. Andrew-street 
Fraser, Alex, spirt-dealer, 150, Gallowgate 
Fraser, James & Co. warehousemen, 9, Trongate 
Fraser, Alex, meal -merchant, 125*, Saltmarkei 
Fraser, James, hair-merchant, 132, Stockwell 
Fraser, John, clerk to the sample room, 10, Shuttle-st. 
Fraser, Jn. warehouseman, 25, Trongate; house, above 
Fraser, W. umbrella maker, 21, John-street 
Freeland, J. & Co. yarn-warehouse, 52, Wilson-street 
Freeland, J. & J, milliners, 80, Bell-street 



FR^ 61 GAL 

Freeland, W. & J. candle shop, 49, High-street 
Freeland & Barbour, 74-, Glassford-street 

■ Freebairn, , rope-spinner, Anderston-walk 

Freebairn, Wm. grocer, 51, Crown-street 
Frood, Js. spirit dealer, 32, Adelphi-str. Hutchesontown 
Fruit Market, at Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate 
t Fryar, Thomas, brickmaker, Gallowgate-toll 

^Fullarton, Allan & Alex, messengers, 175, Trongate; 

house, Westfield, Tradeston 
Fulton, W. & Son, anchor-smiths, &c. Mitchell-street 
Fulton, Wm. victualler, 289, Highrstreet 
Fulton, Janet, pastry baker, 76, do. 
Fulton, Wm. & James, candle-shop, 31, Hutcheson-str. 
Fulton/ Wm. chandler, 124, Eridgegate 
Fulton, John, spirit dealer, 46, High-street 
Fyffe, James, merchant, 18, Miller-street 
FyfFe, James, reedmaker, 442, Gallowgate 

G 

Galbraith, James, copper-smith, 28, Bridgegate 
Galbraith, James, vintner, 13, High-street 
Galbraith, John, woollen-draper, 168, Trongate 
Galbraith, T. & W. singeing-house, 151, Montrose-str. 
Galbraith, William, tin-plate worker, 62, Kirig-street 
^ ^Galbraith, Robt, & Co. haberdashers, 42, Trongate 
'Galbraith, John, jun. do. 151, do. 

Gall, Thomas, wig-maker, 135, Stockwell 
Gallaway, A. portrait and miniature painter, Union pi. 
Gallaway, Jno. & Cha. & Co. co^n-merch. 102, Trong, 
Gallie, Andrew, taylor, 100, George-street 
Galletti, Ant. carver and gilder, 8" and 10, Nelson-str; 
Galloway, Alexander, brewer, Alston-street - ' 

Galloway, George, rush and cane-bottomed chair 
warehouse, 60, Ingram-street 



GAL 62 GAR 

X Galloway, Henry, flour-merchant, 154, Trongate 
Galloway, James, writer, 21, Glassford-street 
Galloway, John, grocer, 100,,Gallowgate 
Galloway & Wyld, Manchester warehouse, 43, Trong. 
Galloway, N. baker, 66, Argyll-street 
Galloway, Robert, jun. victualler, 87, Gallowgate 
Galloway & Jeffrey, joiners, 220, George-street 
Garden, Francis, insurance-broker, 87, Glassford-str. 
Gardner, J. manufact. agent, Post Office court 
Gardner, And. manuf^c. ; house, 13, College-street 
Gardner, Arch, grocer, Green-street, Calton 
Gardner, Arch, stocking needlemaker, 13, Bridgegate 
Gardner, B. & Co. milliners, 116, Nelson-street 
Gardner, C. wigmaker, 36, St. Andrew's square 
Gardner, George, spirit dealer, Calton-moutl* 
, Gardner, James, vintner, 89, Gallowgate 
Gardner, James, grocer, Anderston walk 
Gardner. James, vintner, 43, Prince's street 
Gardner, James, wright, 316, Gallowgate 
Gardner, John, leather merchant, Nile-street 
Gardner, Jn. stationer, 2, Hutcheson-street 
Gardner, J. & Son, hosiers, 467, Gallowgate 
Gardner, Jn. teacher 'jf short-hand writing, 3, High-st. 
Gardner John, hosier, 4':)8, Gallowgate; house, 3, 

High' street 
Gardner, John, spirit dealer, foot of York-street 
Gardner, John, surveyor for the city, 43, Bell-street 
Gardner, John, tailor, 6, Bell-street 
Gardner, J. & J. opticians, 43, do. 
Gardner, J. Telegraph Office, 625, Argyll-street 
Gardner, Mrs. lodgings, 23, St. Andrew's street 
Gardner, Moses, surgeon, 394, Gallowgate 
Gardner & Rorison, rum, wine, and porter cellars, 42, 

Prince's street 



GAR 63 GEN 

Gardner, Robt. hair dresser, 30, East Albion -street 
Gardner, Thomas, tobacconist, 115, Gallowgate 
Gardner, William, spirit dealer. Tureen-street 
Gardner, J. R. writer; office and house, 44, Bell-street 
Gardner, John, surveyor of taxes, 18, St. Andw.-lane 
Gardner, John, 39, Miller-street 
Gardner & Sanderson, manufacturers, 3, High-street 

Gardeners in the Green Market j King Street, 

Andrew, John M*Aulay, John 

Ballantine, Thomas M'Intyre, Wm. sen= 

Baxter, Robert M'Intyre, John 

Campbell, Robert Miller, Matthew ' 

Crawfurd, James Miller, James 

Dougall, John Scott, William 

Gillies, Duncan Smith, John 

Hamilton, John Wilson, Robert 

Jones, William Wilson, James 

M'Intyre, Wm. jun. Wilson, William 
M'Intyre, Alexander 

Gartly, Js. sen. teacher of English, 2, S. Hanover-str. 
Gay wood, George, hatmaker. 111, Nelson-street 
Geddes, J. Verreville glass-works, 35, Argyll-street; 

house and works, Finnieston 

Geddes, , dyer. Commerce-street, Tradeston 

Geddes, J. F. comb-maker, 132, Sakraarket 

Gemmil, James & Son, agents for the Belfast traders, 

Wood-lane, Broomielaw 
Gemmil, T. hosier, 15, St. Andrew's street 
Gemmil, Wm. spu-it dealer and grocer, 78, Bridgegate 
Gemmil, Matt, vintner and coal merchant, Port Dundas 
General Session's Free Schools, 1, Greyfriar's wynd, 

72, High-street — Teachers, George Ruthven, John 

Wallace, James Edgar, F. Jardine, and Adam Knox 



GEN 64 GIL 

Gentle,.John, leather-cutter, 35, High-street 
Gentle, William, baker, 108, do. 

Gentle, Thomas, do. 298, do. 

Gentle, James, do. 95, Gallowgate 

George-street Coach work Co. 179, George street 
George, Andrew, spirit-dealer, 39, King-street 
Gheri, B. artificial flower-maker, 83, Glassford-str. 
Gibb 8i Smith, yarn-merchants, 33, Candleriggs 
Gibb, Mrs. Archibald, baker, 147, Gallowgate 
Gibb, Robert, spirit-dealer, 273, High-street 
Gibb, John, calender, 51, Bell-street 
Gibb, Robt. wine and spirit cellars, 17, Gallowgate 
Gibb, John, meal-seller, 37, Prince's street 
Gibb, Rev, Gavin; lodging, 13, College-street 
Gibson, John, manufacturer; house, 28, St. Enoch-sqr. 
Gibson, John, surgeon, 45, Wilson -street 
Gibson, John & Co. manufacturers, 66, Glassford-str. 
Gibson, D. cutler, 421, Gallowgate 
Gibson, Archibald, hatter, 24, Saltraarket 
Gibson, Andrew, surgeon, 1, York place 
Gibson, John, writing master, Sidney-court, Argyll- 
street; lodging, 74, Glassfbrd-street 
Gibson, John, treasurer to the General Session, 74, 

Glassford-street 
Gibson, Charles, at McDonald & Gibson's 
Gibson, Thomas, hair dresser, 27, Gallowgate 
Gibson, Thomas, merchant, Sidney court 
Gibson, James, watch-maker, 40, Trongate 
Gibson, Alexander, grocer, Mitchell-street 
Gibson, James, teacher of Latin, public Grammar school 
Gibson, Robert, tailor, head of New wynd 
Gilbert, Andrew, insurance broker. Exchange; lodging, 

Mrs. Campbeirs, Miller-street 
Gilchrist, Mrs. J. muslin shop, 596, Argyll-street 



GIL 65 GLA 

Gilchrist, Hugh, yarn warehouse, 33, Glassford-street 
Gilchrist, Williatij, shoe shop, 54, Prince's street 
-Gilchrist, Robertson & Co. wine and spirit cellars, 62, 

Trongate 
Gilchrist, T. f:i Co. dyers, Millfield, Hutchesontown 
Gilchrist, Risk & Co. manufacturers, 5, Cochrane-str. 
Giles, Mrs. haberdasher, 9, Gallowgate 
Giles, P. drawing academy, 65y Wilson-street 
Gilfillan, W. spirit dealer, 47, Candlerigg-street 
Gilfillan, Michael, writer, 15, St. Andrew's street 
Gilfillan, Peter, writer, 36, Neleon-street 
Gillespie, Richd. calico printer, Andcrston 
Gillespie, A. calender, Charlotte-lane ; house above 
Gillespie, Colin, merchant, 26, Miller-street 
Gillies, Mrs. J. bookseller and stationer, 290, High-str. 
Gillies, Arch, wine and spirit cellars, 22, King street 
Gillies, Geo. skinner, 67, Drygate 

Gillies, , English teacher, 8, Duke-street 

Gillies, Angus, chair-master, 20, Maxwell -street 
Gillies, D. spirit-dealer, 24, St. Andrew's lane 
Gilmour, A. perfumer, 29, Brunswick-place 
Gilmour, John, spirit-dealer, 42, Bridgegate 
Gilmour, Morris & Co. merchants, .436, Gallowgate 
Gilmour, Wm. do.; house, 2, Charlotte-str. 

Gilmour, David, baker, 84, Gallowgate 
Gilmour, John, wine and spirit-dealer, 16, Stockwell 
Gilmour, Parker & Co. opposite Post-office 
Gilray, J. grocer, Havannah-street 
Girdwood, C. & Co. machine-makers and timber-mer- 
chants, Millfield, Hutchesontown 
Glasgow & Frew, manufacs. Wilson's co. Argyll-street 
Glasgow Academy, 48, Dunlojp street 
Glasgow Bank, 74, Ingram-street 
Glasgow Apothecaries' hail, 53, Virginia-street 
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GLA 66 GOO 

Glasgow Bottlework Company's warehouse, Clyde-str. 
. Glasgow Iron and Brass Wire Co. 23, Turner's Court 
Glasgow New Tanwork Company, 51, Gallowgate 
Glasgow Public Library, Miller's School, 54«, George- 
street, open from 7 till 9 evening 
Glasgow Rope Work Company, 112, Stockwell 
Glasgow Courier office, at the Cross ; published Tues- 
day, Thursday and Saturday. 
Glasgow Herald office, 44, Bell-street ; published Mon- 
day and Friday 
Glasgow Chronicle office, 169, Trongate; published 

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 
Glasgow Journal office, Lyceum court; Wednesday 
Glasgow Lunatic Asylum, carriage entry by Bobbie's 

loan, Stirling's road 
Glasgow Royal Infirmary, near the High Church 
Glasgow Water Co. 1 3, Trongate, D. Denny, secretary 
Glasgow Provident Bank, Commercial Court 
Glasgow Dancing academy, Assembly rooms, Ingram-st. 
Glass, John, dyer, Spoutmouth 
Glassford, Henry, of Dougalston ; counting-house, 19« 

North Albion-street 
Glen, Allan, joiner, 48, John-street 
Glen, Alex. & Co. merchants, 23, Adelphi-street 
Glen, Alex, vintner, 154, Trongate 
Glen, George & Co. manufacturers, 12, Stirling-square 
Glen, James, grocer, 67, High-street 
Glen, William & Co. 169, Montrose-street 
Glendinning, Mrs. mantua-maker, 121, Bridgegate 
Golder, John, cabinet-maker. Centre-street, Tradeston 
Goldie, Mrs. spirit-dealer, 340, Gallowgate 
Good, George, boot and shoe shop, 63, Trongate 
Goodwin, Thos. & Co. manufacturers, 6, Gallowgate 
Goodwin, Alexander, grocer, 79, Havannah-street 



GOO 67 GRA 

<'\ Goodwin, William, writer, 7, Brunswick-place 

Goold, James, tea-dealer, 62, High stre&t 
"^ Gold, William, teacher of instrti. music, 32, Hutch.-str. 
Gorbals Dye-work Company, 22, Miiirhead-street 
Gordon, John, merchant, 64-, Buchanan-street 
Gordon, P. stationer, 88, Glassford-street 
Gordon, John, oil and colourman, 8, John-street 
Gordon, Fred, surgeon, 2, Main-street, Gorbals 
Gordon, Henry, writer, Galloway's co. 21, Glassf.-str* 
Gorrie, P. &: W.'s cheese and ham shop, 80, King-str. 
Gourlay, Wm. spirit cellar, 109, Stockwell 
Gourlie, Wm. at Dennistoun & Buchanan's 
Govan coal office, 60, Broomielaw ; R. Stewart, agent 
Govane, Robert, manufacturer, 12, Wilson-street 
Gow, Benjamin, tailor, Melville-place, X32, Trongate 
Gow & Brown, manufacturers, 12, Wilson-street 
Gow, James & Co. tailors, 164, Trongate 
Gow, Archibald, spirit-dealer, Broomielaw 
Gowdie, John, manufacturer, 66, Glassford-Rtreet^ 
Gowdilock, Mrs. Wm. stocking-shop, 82, King-street 
Gower, Rich, turkey-leather-dyer, 71, Bridgegate 
Graeme, Arch, writer, 84, King-street; house, Horn's co> 
Grahame, Alexander, cooper, 38, Stockwell 
Graham, Alex, writer, 37, Mjller-street 
Graham, A. & J. & Co. grain-dealers, Mitchell-street 
Graham, Adam, jeweller, 79, King-street 
Graham, Alej^ander, corn-merchant ; house, York-street 
Graham, Arch, spirit-dealer, 452, Gallowgate 
Graham, Bell & Co. merchants, 11, N. Albion-street 
Graham, D. at do. ; house, Upper Montrose-street 
Graham & Baird, joiners, &c. 46, Candleriggs 
Graham, David, sen. flesher, 71, High-street 
Graham, Dr. house, 46, Dunlopstreet 
Graham, Henry, grocer, 48, High-street 
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GRA 68 GRA 

Graham & Hamilton, wine and spirit cellars, 19, Gat- 

lowgate 
Graham, J. & A. manufacturers, 94, Candleriggs 
Graham James, joiner, &c. 56, Saltmarket 
Graham, Js. jun. yarn-warehouse, 34, Wilson-street ; 

house, 44, Wilson-street 
Graham, James, cutler, 94, Glassford-street 
Graham, James, jun. commiss. wareho. 74, Glassford-st* 
Graham, James, manufacturer, 55, 61, St. And. sqr. 
Graham, James, joiner, Hospital-street, Tradeston 
Graham, James, manufacturer, 76, Hutcheson- street 
Graham, James, manufacturer, 13, Stirling's square 
Graham, James, baker, 21, Argyll-street 
Graham, James & Co. 19, Cochrane street 
Graham, John & Co. manufacturers, 32, MUler-street 
Graham, John, tailor, 98, Trongate 
Graham, John, wine-merchant ; house, Stirling's road 
Graham, John, pawn-broker, 68, Bell-street 
G!:ahaRr, Jebn, grain-dealer, Mitchell-street 
Graham, John & Co. tobacconists, 308, Gallowgate 
Graham, John, messenger, 83, Trongate 
Graham, Lieut.-Col. lodgings, 36,- Miller-street 
Graham & Lindsay, manufacturers, 158, Trongate 
Graham, Mrs. midwife, 83, King-street 
Graham, Mrs. lodgings, 1, South Hanover-street 
Graham, Patrick, baker, 78, Gallowgate 
Grahame R. & A. Mitchell, writers, 48, Miller-street 
Graham, Rev. Matthew, White Vale 
Graham, Robert, victualler, 48, Jamaica-street 
Graham, Robert, slater, 16, Canon-street 
Graham, Robert, manufacturer, Cochrane-str.; house^ 

Garthland-street 
Graham & Sword, wine and rum cellars, l75,_Trongate 

and Wallace-court, BeU-street 



GRA 69 GRA 

'Grahame, Thomas, writer, 51, Miller-str.; ho. 52, Tron. 

^Graham, Thomas, tailor, 43, Trongate 

- Graham, Thoma5, joiner, Thomson's square, Anderston 
Graham, T. & R. Stevenson, raanufac. 15, Candleriggs 

\ Graham, W. & Co. manufacturers, 19, Gochrane-str. 
Graham; Walter, tailor, 322^ High-street 
Graham, Walter, baker, 41, Saltmarket 
Graham, Walter, merchant, 39, Prince's street 
Graham, Wm. & J. hosiers, 71, Saltmarket 
Graham, Wm. & Co. grocers, 54, Gallowgate 
Graham, William, spirit dealer, 19, do. 
Graham, William, grocer, 8, King-street 
Graham, William, writer, Antigua buildings; houscj 

33, Candleriggs 
Graham^ William, ^?< Brothers, 14, Stirling square 

^Graham, Wm. Justice of Peace Clerk, Brunsw. lane 

( Grant, Adam, writer, Tontine Back Buildings 
Grant, Alex. jun. agent, 94, Hutcheson-street 
Grant, Alex. & Co. manufact. Manhattan-buildings. 
Grant, Alex. do. do.; ho. Adam's court 

Grant, And. & Co. manufacturers, Commercial-courV 
Grant, John, hosier, 463, Gallowgate 
Grant, John, spirit dealer, 361, do. 
-Grant, Hector, merchant, 23, Brunswick place 

^ Xjrant, Geo. & Co. cotton-spinners, 23, do. 
Grants J. hosier, 466, Gallowgate 
Grant, Mrs. grocer, 170, Gallowgate 
Gray, Andrew, confectioner, 112, Nelson-street 
Gray, Benjamin, shoe shop, 28, East Albion-street 
Gray, Daniel, tailor, 61, Buchanan-street 
Gray, George, stabler, 162, Gallowgate 
Gray, H. joiner, 96^ New wynd 
Gray, James, coal -agent, 432, Gallowgate 
Gray, James, & Co, manufacturers, 3, Montrose-str. 
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GRA 70 GRI 

Gray, John, spirit dealer, Castle-street 

Gray, John, joiner. King-street, Tradeston 

Gray, Robt. & Co. coal office, 69, Broomielaw; R. 

Stewart, agent 
Gray, John & Co. booksellers, 96, High-street 
Gray, John & Co. cabinet makers, 87, Argyll-street 
Gray, John, manufacturer, Candlerigg court 
Gray, John, tailor, 82, High-street 
Gray, Mercer & Co. manufacs. 28, Glassford-strect 
Gray, Mrs. furnished lodgings, 70, Glassford-street 
Gray, Robt. & Son, goldsmiths, 129, Trongate 
Gray, Robert, engraver, 34, do. 

Gray, Robert, druggist, Cowcaddens 
Gray, Thomas, combmaker, 18, Trongate 
Gray, Thomas, wright, 4, Muirhead-street, Gorbals 
Gray, Thomas, baker, 123, George-street 
Grays & Rochead, manufacturers, Stirling-square 
Grazebrook, H. at Hodgett & Co's. Buchanan-street 
Green, Wm. spirit dealer, 20, Market-street 
Green, John, clothes broker, 39, Bridgegate 
G/een, Wm. straw-hat shop, 8, Trongate 
Green, W. straw-hat warehouse, 10, Candleriggs 
Greener, Thos. & Co. founders, head of John-street 
Greenlees, Ja. bookseller & stationer, 96, Hutch.-str. 
Greenshields, James, grocer, Crossloan-street, Calton 
Greenshields, Sam. cloth shop, 122, Nelson-street 
Greenhead Foundery, Rutherglen bridge 
Greenland, Peter, teacher, 143, Bridgegat^ 
Greig, John, strong-beerhouse, 173, Saltmarket 
Greig, Benjamin, merchant, 63, Candleriggs 
Gxeig, William, grocer, 255, High-street 
Greig, Wm. thread maker, 62, do. 
Greig, Andrew, tailor, 11, High-street 
Griersoa & M'Kinlay, manufacts. 107, Nelson-street 



GRI 71 HAL 

Grierson, Philip, jeweller, 639, Argyll-street 
^^ Grieve & Wilson, surgeons, 49, Trongate 
Grieve, Mrs. Thomas, tea dealer, 45, Maxwell-street 
Grieve, E. & J. agents for Leith and London old ship- 
ping company, and Globe insurance, 29, Argy 11-st. 
Grieve, Walter, do. do. do. 

Grieve & Scott, joiners, Balmanno street 
Grindlay, John, baker, 16, Prince's street 
Grindlay, Gilbert, warehouse, 29, Ingram-street 
Grossart, Peter, vintner, 322, High-street 
Grossart, Thomas, baker, 162, Trongate 
Gumprecht, J. above 61, St. Andrew's square 
Gunson, A. grocer, 44, Main-street, Gorbals 
Guthrie, James, manufact. 46, St. Andrew's square; 

house, 167, George-street 
Guthrie, John, merchant, at Leitch & Smith's 
Guthrie, J. vintner, 23, King-street 

H 

i. Hadden, John, spirit dealer, 21, High-street 

Haddow, Robt. merchant; lodging, 34, Miller-street 
Haddow, Scott & Dale, merchants, 33, Virginia-street 
Haddow & Dale, do. do. 

Hagart, Robt. & Co. merchants, 14, Ingram-street; 

house, 37, St. Vincent- street 
Hagart, John, vintner, 19, Prince's street 
Hair, A. marble cutter, head of Buchanan-street 

KHare, , surgeon, 26, Trongate 

Halbert, William, watchmaker, 99, Glassford-street 
Haldane, James, engraver, 626, Argyll-street 
Haiden, Alex, vintner, 268, High-street 

\Hall, Mrs. Geo. ladies shoemaker, 8, Hutcheson-street 
Hall, Richard, messenger at arms, 50, High-street 
Hall, Thos. & Co. maniitacturers, 23, Candleriggs 



HAL n . HAM 

Hall, John, wine and rum merchant, 54, High-street > 

house, 45, Taylor's street 
Halley, C. French teacher, 83, Hutcheson-gfreet 
Halley, Thomas, grocer, ^25, High-street 
Haliburton, M. Post-office ; lodging, 34, Charlotte-str. 
Hamilton, A. & P. tobacconists, 152, Stockvvell 
Hamilton, P. lodging, 26, Stockwell 
Hamilton, Alex. & Scott, pipe makers, 20, High-street 
Hamilton, Alej^ander, spirit dealer, 63, Prince's street 
Hamilton, Arch. & Co. merchants, 78, Trongate 
Hamilton, Archibald, jun. Bank of Scotland office, 23, 

Queen-street 
Hamilton, Claud, collector; house, 14, S. Hapover-str. 
Hamilton, Dan. sheriff-substitute; ho. 10, Queen-street 
Hamilton, David & Son, marble works, head of Buch- 
anan-street; 
Hamilton, David, architect, do. ' do> 

Hamilton, Daniel, brickmaker, near Gallowgate-toU 
Hamilton, Edward, tailor, Laigh Kirk CIoss 
Hamilton Farm & FuUarton coal office, Broomielaw 
Hamilton, Fairlie & Glen, reedmakers, 462, Gallowgate 
Hamilton & Fairie, manufac. 6, Montrose-street 
Hamilton, Gavin, tile and pottery work, Gallowgate toll 
Hamilton, George, commission-warehouse, 180, Saltm. , 
Hamilton, Gilbert & Co. merchants, 23, Queen-street 
Hamilton, Jas. sen. & Co do. 19, Gallowgate 
Hamilton, John, do. 19, do. 

Hamilton, John, grocer, 135, Main street, Gorbals 
Hamilton, Jas. do. 19, Adelphistr. Hutchesontown 
Hamilton, James, do. 128, Trongate 
Hamilton, James, writer, 40, Hutcheson-street 
' Hamilton, James & Co. tobacconists 300, High-street 
Hamilton, James, furniture shop, 152, Bridgegate 
Hamilton, John, writer, 57, High-street • 



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' 'Hamilton, John, baker, 78, King-street 
Hamilton, 'ohn, timber yard, 107, Stock Well 
Hamilton, Thomas, manufact. 12, Stirling's square 

^Hamilton, John, & Son, wine merchants, 78, Trongate 
Hamilton, John, wine merch.; lodg. St. Enoch's square 
Hamilton, Laurie & Co. commission-merchants, 13, 

Ingram-street 
Hamilton, Mrs. grocer, Calton mouth 
Hamilton & McDonald, insurance and ship-brokers, 

Exchange 
Hamilton & Stewart, manufacturers, Craignestock 
Hamilton, Robert, spirit-dealer. Toll-bar, GallOwgate 

^Hamilton, Thos. agent for Albion Fire office, 22, Trong. 
Hamilton, Mrs. haberdasher, 28, Bell- street 
-Hamilton Walter, manufacturer 40, Trongate 
Hamilton, Wm. grocer, 195, Trongate 
Hamilton, William, tailor, 118, Saltmarket 
Handasyde, G. at Howie's waggon- office, Montrase-st. 
Hannay, W. manufacturer, 94-, Candleriggs 

^-Hannay, A. haberdasher, 45, Trongate 

\Hannay, John, messenger, 43, do. 
Hannay, Wm. baker, 4, Adelphi-str. Hutchesontown 
Hannay, John, hosier, 13, King-street 
Harbut, Matthew, imitation paper and oil painter, 

100, King-street 
Hardie, James, jun. linen warehouse, 18, Virginia- 
street ; lodging, Lancefieid, Finnieston 
Hardie, Mrs. vintner, 459, Gallowgate 
Hardie, A. baker, foot of Union-place, Argyll-street 
Hardie, David, taylor, 3, New wynd 
Hargave, John, English daily carrier, BQ, Bruns.-str, 
Harley, J. baker, 36, Adelphi-street 
Harley, Wm. manufacturer, 6, South Frederick-street; 
lodging, Willowbank 



H4R 74 HAY 

NUarmand. J. French and Italian teacher, and chancellor 
to the French consul for Scotland, 23, Hutch.-str. 
Harper, J.)hn & Co. agjents, 60, Candleriggs 
Harper & Campbell, manufacturers, 29, Brunswick-str. 
Harris, James^ & Co. cloth shop, 171, Tronsrate 
Harris, Win. coal agent, &c. Robertson-street 
Hart John, grocer, 46, Gallowgate 
Hart, John & Robert, bakers, Mitchell-street 
Hart, James, grocer, Claythorn*-street 
Hart, Walter, hosfery warehouse, 154-, Trongate 
Hart, Robt. 6^ Co. manilfacturers, 76, Hutcheson-str.; 

house, 12, College-street 
Harvie, Andrew & John, grocers, S05, Gallowgate 
Harvie, Alexander, candle office, 12, Stockwell 
Harvie, James, grocer, 34, Kirk-street, Townhead 
Harvie, Wm. warehouseman, S8, Glassford-street 
Harvie, Thos. spirit cellar, 43, Dunlop-street 
Harvie, James, teacher, 88, Hutcheson- street 
Harvie, James, measurer, 132, Stockwell 
Harvie, Thomas, haberdasher, 138, Trongate 
Harvie, John, warehouseman, 141, do. 
Harvie, John, & Co. silk warehouse, 98, do. 
Harvie, John, grocer, 125, High-street 
Harvie, John, hatmaker,, 1 40, Saltmarket 
Harvie & Co. spirit dealers, 108, Bridgegate 
Hastings, Thos. chimney sweeper, 10, Stockwell 
Hastie Robt. & Co. Cumberland court 
Haswell, R. at Newhams & Has well; house, 13, South 

Hanover-street 
Haswell, S. clothier, 96, Hutcheson-street 
Hatrick, J. & L. grocers, 81, Saltmarket 
Hay, George, joiner, Mitchell street 
Hay, Alexander, joiner, Jackson-street; house, 142, 
Stockwell 



HAY 75 HEN 

"" Hay, James, tailor, 184, TroMgate 
Hay, James, smock doctor and mason, Mitchell-street 
Hay, Alexander, joiner, Bath -street 
Hay, Mrs. John, grocer. Kirk- street, Calton 
Hay, John, tailor, 5, New wynd 
Hedderwick, James, printer, ^26^ Bell-street; house, 

Paterson-street, Dean-side 
Hedderwick, John, yarn merchant, 9, High-street 
Hedderwick, J. W. &■ Co. Adelphi brewery, Hutch.-to. 
Hedderwick, Maitland, hecklemaker, 53, Saltmarket 
Heggie, J. flesher,foot of Union Place , 
Henchelwood, Mrs. shroudmaker, 249, High-street 
Henniker, Miss, teacher of the piano forte, singing, &c. 

636, Argyll-street 
Henderson's oyster house, 101, Candleriggs 
Henderson, surgeon-dentist, Crown-st^ Hutchesontown 
Henderson, A. portrait painter, 88, Hutcheson-street 
Henderson, Alex, grocer, 179, Main-street, Gorbals 
Henderson, George, merchant, 6, St. Enoch's square 
Henderson, J. E. merchant, 107, Nelson-street 
Henderson, James, writer, 83, Saltmarket 
Henderson, James, spirit dealer, Nile-street 
Henderson, John, grocer, Clyde-street, Calton 
Henderson, Miss, lodgings, 21, Glassford-street 
Henderson, Mrs. spirit-dealer, 38, High-street 
Henderson, M'Laren & Co. Candlerigg court 
Henderson, Patrick, cork cutter, 38, Prince's -street 
Henderson, R. & J. drysalters, 13, S. Frederick-street; 

shop, 15, High-street 
Henderson, Rich, town clerk, office, city clerk's cham. 
Henderson, Wm. S. agent, 61, Buchanan-street 
\ Henderson, Wm. tobacconist, 377, Gallowgate 
. Henderson, J. chandler, 109, High-street 
Hendry & Son, rope spinners, Anderston walk 



HEN 76 HIL 

Hendry, Dr. 29, Trongate : house, 169, Trongate 
Hendry, Ebenezer, tailor, 21, High-street 
H-^ndry, J. & Co. manufacturers, 26, Bell-street 
Hendry, J, poulterer, 35, Prince's street 
Hendry, Js. merchant, 33, E. Albion-street 
Hendry, James, merchant, Antigua Place 
Hepburn, Watt & Co. manufacs. 12, Wilson-street 
Hepburn, John, writing-master, 22, Miller-street 
Herbertson, Wm. wright, 16, Rottenrow 
Herbertsun, J. collector of canal dues, Port Dundas 
Herbertson, John, jun. architect, Bath-street 

Herbertson, Alex, merchant, 76, Hutcheson -street 

Herbertson, James, joiner. Port Dundas 

Herriot, Andrew & Co. manufacturers, 4-9, Trongate 

Herriot & Imrie, smiths, Campbell street 

Heron, Wm. apothecary. Infirmary 

Hervey, Robert & Sons, merchants, 28, Glassford- 
street ; house, above 

Hervey, Brothers ^ Co. general agents, 39, Wilson-str. 

Heugh, John, spirit-dealer, 12, Bell -street 

Heywood, Collins & Co. manufacts. 74, Brunswick-str. 

Heywood, Joshua, do. do. do. 

Hibbert's livery stables^ 124?, Argyll-street 

Higgins, W. chandler, 4SI, Gallowgate 

Higgens, A.milhner, 117, do. 

Hill, Andrew, vintner, 149, Stock well 

Hill, Robt. 5: Co. merchants and agents for Fife fire 
office, 7, Hutcheson-street 

Hill, William, manufacturer, 32, Brunswick -street 

Hill, James & Laurence, writers, 1, South Fred. str. 

Kill, John, grocer and spirit-dealer, 131, Stockwell 

Hill, James, vintner, Port Dundas 

Hill, John, manufacturer, 9, St. Andrew's square 

Hillhouse, Wm. clothes-broker, 9, Bridgegate 



HIN 77 HOU 

Hinshavv, John & Co. 52, Virginia-street 
dNHislop, E, corset-maker, 33, Brunswick-place 
Hodge, — — , milliner, 56, Bridgegate 
Hodgson, Laurence, grocer, 21, Bridgegate 
Hodgetts, Grazebrook 3c Hodgetts, iron and nail mer- 
chants, 58, Buchanan-street 
Hog, John, tinsmith, 109, Gallowgate 
Hogg, Mrs. midwife, 15, Stockwell 
Hood, Wm. surgeon, 65, Argyll street 
Hood, Andrew, cooper, 358, Gallowgate 
Hood, Robert, cooper, 63, Candleriggs 
Hood, Jas. & John, do. 21, do. 
Hopkirk, Cunningham & Co. merchts. 11, N. Albion-str. 
Hopkirk, James, merchant, do. do. 

Hopkirk, Thomas, do. 49, Wilson-street 
Horton, Thomas, Navy agency office, 53, Queen-streefr 
Horn, David, tailor, 322, High-street 
Horn, James, last-maker, 159, Saltmarket 
Horn, William, porter house, S04, Gallowgate 
Hosie, Andrew, manufacturer, Buchan-str. Gorbals 
Houldsworth, Wm. & Hussey, yarn warehouse, Antigua 

Place - 

Houldsworth, Henry, cotton-spinner, Anderston and 

Woodside; lodging, Whitehall, Anderston 
Houldsworth 's yarn warehouse, 55, Wilson-street 
Household, George, sugar-broker. Tontine buildings; 

house, Nicholson-street, Gorbals 
Household, Charles, cooper, 62, James-street 
Houstpn, Alex, manufacturer, 12, St. Andrew's square 
Houstoun, And. shore- master, Broomielaw 
Houstoun, A. & R. agents and ship brok 53, Queen-str. 
- Houstoun, A. teacher of vocal masic, 65, Trongate 
Houstoun, Wm. writer, 23, St. Andrew's street 
Houstoun, M. cheese and ham-shop, 10, Kmg-street 
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HOW 78 HUN 

How, Wm. merchant, 44', St Andrew's square 
Hovvat, Charles, vintner & horse-setter, corner of St. 

Mungo's lane, Gallowgate 
Howatson, T. sen. & Co. manufacturers, 6^, Bell-str. 
Howson, John, merchant, 66, Wilson-street 
Howison, Miss, dress maker, 59, Queen-street 
Howey, T. & Co. daily carriers to Edinburgh, New* 

castle, London, &c. 150, Montrose-street 
Howie, John, skinner, " , Bridgegate 
Howie, Robert, ironmonger, 158, do. 
Hugot, Paul, French consul, 42, Dunlop-street 
Hume, James, plumber, 31, Bell-street 
Hume, Thomas, Tontine coffee-room waiter 
Humphreys, Robt. & Co. cotton-spinners, Govan-str. 

Hutchesontown; warehouse, 24, Virginia-street 
Humble, Andrew, baker, Crossloan-street, Calton 
Hunter, James :> Robert, brev/ers, 16, Montrose -str. 
Hunter, William, victualler, 387, Gallowgate 
Hunter & Kerr, joiners, &c. head of Union>place; 

warehouse, 57. East Albion-street 
Hunter, James, joiner, 27, Stockwell 
Hunter, W; & W; manufacts. 30, Brunswick-street 
Hunter & M'llwham's calender, Old Ven, High-str. 
Hunter, Wilson & Co. chair-makers, 55^ Jamaica-str. 
Hunter, Robt. grocer, 120, Gallowgate 
Hunter rv, Wilkie, manufacturers, 6, S. Frederick-str. 
Hunter, Andrew, & Co. do. 11, Candleriggs 
Hunter & Rankin, grocers, 610, Argyll-street 
Hunter, John.& Geo. insurance-brokers, and agents, 

Tontine back buildings; house, 43, North Hanov. 

street 
Hunter, John, fishing-rod maker, above 55, Trongate 
Hunter, M. & D. commission-raerch. 39, Glassford-str. 
Hunter, J. manufacturer, 459, Gallowgate 



HUN 79 HUT 

Hunter, James, grocer, 414, Gallowgate 
Hunter, James; manufacturer, 316, High-street 
Hunter, James, shoemaker, 49, Saltmarket 
g Hunter, Arch, woollen -draper, 148, Trongate ; house, 
63, Charlotte-street 
Hunter, Samuel, house, 1, Horn's court 
Kunter, Samuel, k Co. printers, 44, Bell-street 
: Hunter, Andrew, coal-agent, 89, New wynd 
Hunter, Alexander, vintner, 113, Old wynd 
Hunter, Alexander, tailor, 42, Canon-street 
Hunter, And. spirit-cellar, 85, Saltmarket 
Hunter, W. spirit-dealer, 128, Argyll-street 
Hunter, William, vintner, 300, High-street 
Hunter, William, victualler, 387, Gallowgate 
Hunterian Museum, behind the College, High-street 
Hunter, Geo. tailor, 181, Trongate 
Hunter & Stevenson, dyers, Millfield, Hutchesontown 
Hurlet & Campsie Alum Company, 56, Queen-street 
Hussey, William, house, Greenhead 
Hutcheson, Charles, 6, South Frederick-street 
Hutchison, John, grocer, 112, High-street 
Hutchison, M. haberdasher, 25, Prince's street 
Hutchison, James & Co. manufacts. 35, Hutch.-street 
Hutchison, John, merchant, 35, do. 

Hutchison, Jn. brew. New-str. Calton;ho. same place 
Hutchison, John, merchant; lodging, 36, Candleriggs 
Hutchison 8c Coulter, merch. and manuf. 36, do. 
Hutchison, Coulter & Co. do. 36, do. 

"^xHutchison, Miss, lodgings, 40, Hutcheson-street 
Hutchison, Robert & Co. booksellers and stationers, 10, 

Saltmarket 
Hutchison, David, writer, 87, Glassford-street 
Hutchison, James, bookbinder, 159, Saltmarket 
Hutchison, William, calenderer, 169, Montrose-slreet 



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HUT 80 J AC 

Hutchison, Win. vintner, 186, Main-street, Gorbals 
Hutchison, James, tailor, 295, Gallowgate 
Hutton, John, confectioner, 1% Candltrriggs 
Hutton, E. S. engineer, house, York-street 

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Imrie, Mrs. furnished lodgings, 611, Argyll-street 

Imrie, John, porter-house, Marshall-street, Gallowgate 

Imrie, Thomas, manufacturer, 81, Bran&wick-street 

Inglis, John, spirit-dealer, S7, High -street 

Inglis, James, grocer, Kirk-street, Caltou 

Inglis, John, haberdasher and silk mercer, 32, Trbngate 

Inglis> Miss, do. do. 28, do. 

Inglis & Tarbet, agents, 94-, Candleriggs 

Inglis, James, & Co. calenderers, 1, Stirling's square 

Inglis, W. & R. spirit dealers, 163, Stockwell 

Inglis, Mrs. Thomas, singeing-house, 95, High ohn-str, 

Inglis, David, calico-printer, at Haddow & Dale's 

Inglis & Hamilton, 25, St. Andrew-street 

Ingram, C. tobacconist, 6, Nelson-street 

Innes, George, spirit-dealer, 23, John-street 

Innes, Charles, smith, 1 3, Clyde-terrace 

Innes, Wm. drawer and cutter, 22, Prince's street 

Insurance Companies — See Banks and Public Offices 

Irvine, Smith Thomas, house, 2, George's square 

Irvine, Thos. Scotch cloth-shop, 309, High street 

Irvine, John, cabinet warehouse, 104, Saltmarket 

Irvine, Wm. merch. 127, John-str.; house, Hope Park 

Irvine, Thomas, draper, 309, High-street 

Iver & Gilchrist, merchants 5, Buchanan-street 

J 

Jack, Paterson & Co. upholstery & cabinet warehouse, 
81, Trongate 



JAG 81 JEN 

Jack & Gallie, printers, 94, Candleriggs 
Jack, Alex, chandler, 347, Gallowgate 
Jack, Wm. mercht.; lodging, 2, Clyde-buildings 
Jack, W. hair-dresser, 66, High-street 
Jackson, James, druggist, 69, Gallowgate 
Jackson, Thos. Edin. Leith, Port-Glasgow and Green- 
ock daily carrier, 65, Brunswick-street 
Jackson, James, manufacturer, 72, Bell-street 
Jaffray, Robert, wine & spirit cellars, 53, Stockweli 
JafFray, A. C. surgeon & druggist, 383, Gallowgate 
Jaffrey, Mrs. grocer, 102, George-street 
Jamieson, Wra. manufacturer, 26, Bell-street 
Jamieson, Jehn, merchant, house, 10;, Gordon-street 
Jamieson, Robert, merchant, 21, Glassford^street 
Jamieson, Wm. haberdasher, 56, King-street 
Jamieson, Ebenezer, confectioner, 22, Trongate 
Jamieson, Wm. jun. merchant, 39, ( lassford-street 
Jamieson, Rev. Alexander, 25, Stockweli 
Jamieson, R. tailor, 93, Trongate 
Jamieson, John, shuttle-maker, 93, Stockweli 
Jamieson, Robert, joiner, 30, Stirling-street 
Tardine, William, tailor, 154, Trongate 
Jardine, William, tailor, 3, Kirk-street 
Jardine, Peter, Buck's head inn, 30, Argyll-street , 
Jarvie, Rob. merchant, at James Hamilton, sen. (Sc Co/s; 

house, Maxwelton-place 
Jarvie, Robert & Son, rope-spinners, Anderston 
Jeffrey, Wra. merchant, .85, Candleriggs; house, Cleg- 
horn's land, 15, College-street 
Jeffrey, Alex, grocer, 323, Gallowgate 
Jenkine, Thomas, stabler, 6, Duke-strieet 
Jenkine, John, boot and shoe shop, 299, High-street 
Jenkins, Wm= and Peter, booksellers, 3, Saltmarket 
Jenks, B. bookseller, 87, do. 

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JOH 82 KAY 

Johnstone, William, oil & colourmanj Turner's court.; 

Port Dundas Soda Work 
Johnston, Robert, tanr>er, Dovehill 
Johnston, Robt. tailor, 101, Candleriggs 
Johnston, R. teacher, 283, High-street 
Johnston, James, tanner, foot of Havannah-street 
Johnston, J. straw-hat-maker, 105, Nelson-street 
Johnston, Charles painter, 28, Hutcheson-street 
Johnston, C. oil and colourman, 441, Gallowgate 
Johnston, J. teacher of Latin, &c. 34, Dunlop-streel; 

house, 22, Turner's court 
Johnston, Samuel, grocer, 323, Gallowgate 
Johnston, James, spirit dealer, 17, Jamaica-street 
Johnston, William, do. 81, Bridgegate 
Johnston, Alex, manufacturer, 29, Stirling-street 
Johnston, Thomas, & Co. pin makers and wire drawers^ 

35, Havannah-street 
Johnston, ohn, gardener. Port Dundas 
Johnston, Mrs. D. vintner, 19, Prince's street 
Johnston, T. teacher, 65, Saltmarket 
Johnston, William, grocer, 61 ^ Argyll-street 
Johnstone, 's. jun. 53, Brunsw.-str,;house, 44, John-stF. 
Johnstone, David, do. do. 

Johnstone, oseph, do. do. 

Johnstone, John, do. do. 

Johnston, A. milliner, 84, Bell-street 
Johnston, T. & J. bakers, 34, Crown-str. Hutchesonte. 
Johnstone, John, baker, Main-street, Calton 
Jones, John, bookseller and stationer, 153, Trongate 
Jones, Mrs. grocer, 75, Saltmarket 

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Kalley, James, tea merchant, 13, Trongate 
.Kay, Archibald, stair-railer, &c. Portland-streefr 



KAY 83 KER 

Kay, Robert, grocer, 374, Gallowgate 

Kay, J. tea and spirit dealer, 61, Bell-street 

Kay, Alex, manufacturer, South Albion-street 

Kay, David, accomptant, Post-office court, Trongate 

Kean, C. clothes broker, 105, Saltmarket 

Keir, Walter, porter, 103, Havannah-street 

Keith, M. musician, 40, Trongate 

Kelburn, Mias, lodging, 79, King-street 

Kelly, Robert, gardener & spirit-dealer, 2, Kirk-lane 

Kelly, John, agent, 23, St. Andrew-street 

Kelly, Andrew, grocer. Tureen-street 

Kelly, Wm. cotton-broker, 43, Virginia-street 

Kelly, Wm. yarn and goods wareho. 41, Virginia-str. 

. Keltie, Misses, boarding school, Manhattan-buildings 
Kemp, J. accomptant. Thistle Bank 
Kemp, Robert, victualler, 242, High-street 
Kennedy, Daniel, spirit-dealer, 26, Saltmarket 
Kennedy, Alex. do. 2, St. Andrew lane 

Kennedy, Thomas, mercer, 36, Trongate 
Kennedy, W. F. and -Co. agents, 31, Virginia-street 

^Kennedy, Mrs. spirit-dealer, 167, Trongate 

\Kennedy & M'Farlane, painters, 169, Trongate 
Kennedy, Duncan, accomptant, 13, King-street 
Kennedy, Angus, vintner, 63, Gallowgate 
Kennedy, D. jun. seedsman, 110, Argyll-street 
Kennedy, Dugald, smith, 36, Gallowgate 
Kennedy, Gilbert, collector of cess for the county^ 

190, Trongate 
Kennedy, Hugh, cabinet-maker, 150, Stockwell 
Kennedy, John, painter, 120, Saltmarket 
Kent, James, spirit-dealer, 133, Stockwell 

;NKennetpans spirit-cellar, 169, Trongate 

Ker, James, accomptant, 106, Trongate ; house, cornsr 
Tobago-street 



KER M KID 

Ker, Norman, tin-smith, 597? Argyll-street 
Kerr, James, brush-maker, 57, Gallowgate 
Kerr, A. & X tailors, 181, Trongate 
Ker, James, brushmaker, 95, Candleriggs 
Kerr, Thomas, merchant, 101, do. 
Ker, Thomas, cardmaker, 36, Gallowgate 
Ker & Black, dealers in clothes, 112, Saltmarket 
Kerr, Wm. timber-merchant, Anderston-walk, N. side 
Kerr, Wm. & Co. spirit-cellars, 410, Gallowgate 
Kerr, How & Co. manufacs. 55, St. Andrew's square 
Kerr, J. starcher, Mitchell-street 
Kerr, Hugh, writer, 44, Bell-street ; house, 55, St. • 

Andrew- square 
Kerr, Adam, baker, 147, Main-street, Gorbals 
Kerr, John, calenderer, Stirling-street 
Kerr & Boyd, tobacco pipe-makers, 85, Candleriggs 
Kerr. Richard, cheese and ham-shop, 344, Gallowgate 
Kerr, Ralph, vintner and stabler, 81, do. 

Kerr, John, manufacturer, 159, Saltmarket 
Kerr, John, writer, 164, Trongate; ho. 59, Glassf.-str. 
Kerr, D. stabler, 74, New wvnd 

Kerr & Wilson, manufacturers, 21, St. Andrew square 
Kerr, William, agent, Woodlane, Broomielaw 
Khull, Edward, & Co. printers, East Clyde-street 
Kibble, Forster & Co. calico-printers, 36, Candleriggs 
Kibble, James, wire^ warehouse, 23, Turner's court; 

house, Park-place 
Kidd, John & Alexander, merchants, Melville-place 
Kidd, Wm. tin-smith, 2, Main-street, Gorbals 
Kidston, Thomas, agent, Melville-place 
Kidston,^ev. Wm, Young-street, Belgrove-place 
Kidston, Wm. mercht. 6, Queen-street; lodg. Andersto* 
Kidston, Rich, do, 6, do. 
Kidston, Arch. G. 6, do. 



KID 85 KIK 

Kidston, James, teacher, Balmanno-street 
^ Kilbee, R. S. G. raercht. 30, Miller-street 
Kilpatrick, George, spirit-dealer, Craignestock 
Kincaid, John, grocer and spirit-dealer, 5, St. And. lane 
Kinnier, Bernard, wright, Rottenrow 
i Kinnear & Shearer, wooden clock-makers, 8, Bruns.-pl. 
Kinnear, Morris & Co. merchts. 55, St. Andrew's sqr. 
King, John, manufacturer, 12, do. 

King, Morrison and Co. merchts. 48, do. 

King, John, cotton-spinner, Clyde-street, Anderston, 

to remove to Bridgefon 
King, Andrew and Co. cotton-spinners, Tradeston 
King, Andrew, & Co. manufacturers, 6, Candleriggg 
King, John, wooden-dish maker, 30, High-street 
King, John, spirit- dealer, 25, New wynd 
King, Mrs. lodgings, 40, Hutcheson-street 
King, B. W. surgeon, 51, Argyll-street; house, 16, 

Gordon street 
King, Wm. wooden-dish maker, 16, High-street 
King, Gilbert, surgeon, 166, Trongate 
King, George, baker, 22, Caadleriggs 
King, Js. & S. Campbell, writers, 23, Brunswick-ph 
King, Js. jun. do. 19, Gallowg. ; ho. Sauchiehall-road 
King, James, manufacturer, 94, Candleriggs 
King, William, plumber, Blackfriars wynd 
.'\ King, Alex, tobacconist, 162, Stock well 

Kingan, John, merchant, 11, S. Albion-street; house, 

7, Miller-street 
Kinniburgh, tinsmith and pewterer, 435, Gallowgate 
^Kippen & Wilson, manufacturers, 94, Hutcheson-str. 
"'^ Kirkland, J. tobacconist, 28, Gallowgate 
Kirklands, milliners, 38, Argyll-street 
Kirkland, John, merchant. Tontine Back Buildings ; 
house, 38, JohB-stveefc 



KIR se LAM 

Kirkland, Neilson & Co. sugar refiners, 399, Gallowg. 
Kirkland, R. manufacturer, 5, Saitmarket 
Kirkland, R. do. 26, Nelson-street 

Kirkland, Wm. thatcher. Black quarry 
Kirkpatrick, W. & T. manufacts. Commercial-court 
Kirkpatrick, Mrs. 38, High John-street 
Kirkwood, Robert, teacher, 176, George-street 
Kirkwood, John, joiner, Tobago-street, Calton 
Kirkwood, John, manufacturer, 11, Candleriggs 
Knight, Anthony, sells coloured worsted, 31, Bell-«tr. 
Knight, Alex- tailor. J 75, Trongate 
Knox, William, lodging, 10, Clyde Buildings 
Knox, J. & Sons, yarn warehouse, 27, Glassford-str. 
Knox, James, spirit dealer, 50, Prince's street 
Knox, John, writer, 21, Glassford -street 
Knox, John, manufacturer. Commercial-court 
Kyle, W. land-surveyor, corner of Kent & SufFolk-str. 

Laidlay, Thos. joiner, &c. Anderston-walk 
Laird, David & Co. merchants, 36, Candleriggs 
Laird, James, oil of vitriol maker, 61, Buchanan-str.; 

house, 63, Jamaica-street 
Laird, Daniel, hatter, 27, Saltmarket 
Lamb, James, merchant, Wallace court. Bell-street 
Lamb, ?yliller & Co. do. do. do. 

Lamb, James, lodging, 49, Virginia street 
Lamb & Grieve, joiners, Dundas-street 
Lamb, David & Co. merchants, 39, Virginia-street 
Lamb, David, jun. house, 15, George's square 
Lamont, Daniel, baker, '25, Saltmarket 
Lamond;. Alex. & Co. merchants, 76, Hutcheson-str. 
Lamont, R. merch, and commis. agent, 27, Brunsw. pi. 



LAN 87 LAU 

Lanark New Twist Company's warehouse, Manhattan 

Buildings, S. Hanover-street 
Lancaster, Thomas, merchant, .37, Virginia-street; ho. 

9, Carlton place 
Lancasterian Schools, Green-street, Calton, Anderston- 

walk, and Gorbals 
Landale, John & Co, merchants, 3, Stirling-street 
Lang, Arch, writer, 19, Virginia-str. ; ho. Gordon-str, 
'Lang, David, writer, 28, Brunswick place 
Lang, Giib. jun. 94, Candleriggs ; house^ Coramerce-str. 

Tradeston > 

Lang, . ohn, Manchester warehouse, 90, Candleriggi 
Lang, John, writer, 19, Virginia street 
Lang 5c Smith, calico printers, 47, Glassford-street 
'Lang, Gilbert, house, Park place 
Lang, John, wigmaker, 2G9, George-street 
Lang, John, spirit-dealer, 3, Shuttle-street 
Lang, James, victualler, 138, Stockwell 
Lang, Miss, band-box maker, 101, King-street 
Lang, Miss, mantua maker, 84, , do. 
Lang, James, hat manufacturer, 106, do. 
Lang, Wm, & Son, smiths, bell-hangers, and jack screw 

makers, Old wynd 
Lang, Wm. printing-office and house, 62, Bell-street 
Lang, Wm. writer, 28, Brunswick place 
Lang & Steel, surgeons Melville place 
Lang, Thomas, & Son, chandlers, 1 09^- King-street 
Lashiey, Geo. pottery, King-street, Calton 
Latta, James, English teacher, 34, Dunlop-street 
Lauder, Robert, yam warehouse, 2, Garthland-street 
Lauder, H. dyer, 102, Stockwell 
Laurie, David, jun. corn factor. Union place 
Laurie, Thomas, do. 88, Argy's I street 

Laurie, Mrs. cheese and ham shop> 29, King-street 



LAU S8 LEE 

Laurie, James & Co. 28, Candleriggs 

Laurie, Dav. merchant, 131» Trongate; house, Geo. 

Laurie's, Wilson's land. Bridge-street, Gorbals 
Law, William, spirit dealer, 8, Gallowgate 
Law, James, tin-smith, 97, Bridgegate 
Lawrie, Wra. writer ; lodging, 5, Maxwelton place 
Lawrie, Wm. & A. Morrison, writers, 48, E. Albion-st. 
Lawrie, H. & J. Walker, writers, 169, Trongate 
Lawrie, M*Nee, & Co. 7, Hutcheson-street 
Lawson, And. timber-merch. at J. Lindsay & Co.'s 
Lawson, Archibald, manufacturer, 40, St. And. sqr. 
Lawson & M'Culloch, do. 55 do. 

Lawson & Bain, grocers, 75, Trongate 
Lawson, Mrs. milliner, 22, Nelson-street 
Lawson, Wm. shoemaker, 410, Gallowgate 
Lawson, James, jun. vintner, 25, Trongate 
Lawson, Alex, merchant; house, Brownfield 
Lawson, Jas. jun. vintner 145, Main-str. Gorbals 
Lawson, Henry, grocer, &c. 44, Queen-street 
Lawson, John, man's mercer, 2, Argyll street 
Leadbetter, J. & Co- merchants, 15, Stirling-square 
Leadbeater, James, tailor, 23, Stockwell 
Leadbeater, D. do. 8, Gallowgate 

Learmonth, James, saddler, 371, do. 
Leckie, W. & Co. merchants, 137, Stockwell 
Leckie & Alexander, manufacts. 70, Brunswick-street 
Leckie, Mrs. mangle and press, 82, 28, High-street 
Leckie, Dr. R. house, 49, Charlotte-street 
Leckie, John, flesher, 20, Adelphi-street 
Leckie, Robt. spirit cellars, 34, Glassford-street 
Lee, Wm. check-manufacturer, 8, High-street 
Lee and Proctor, accountants, 6, Virginia-street 
Leechman & M'Viccar, tin-smiths, 40, Bridgegate 
Leechraan, John, smith, St. Nicholas-str. Townhea^ 



LEE 89 LID 

\ Leechman, W. ironmonger, 20, Brunswick-street 
V Legat, Francis, at A. & P. Hamilton, tobacconists 
f Leggat, Wm. porter and spirit-cellars, St. Mungo's lane 
: Leighton, Alex, writer, 175, Trong.; ho. 52, High-str. 
Lennan, F. surgfeon, 101, Saltmarket 
Leishman, John, smith, St. Nicholas-str. Town-head 
Leitch & Smith, merchants, 119, George -street 
Leitch N. tambouring warehouse, 22, Trongate 
Leitch, Peter^ Co. grocers, 72, Gallowgate ' 
^Leitch, M. beef-steak-house, 22, Hutcheson-street 
Leitch William, agent, Commercial court; house, 2, 

George-street 
Leith, Alex, vintner & chaise hirer, 302, High-street 
Leith & Hamburgh Shipping Co. 621, Argyll-street 
Lennox, Gavan, frame smith, Kirk-street, Calton 
XLennox, Gilbert, yarn merchant, 63, Brunswiclc-street 
Lennox & Johnston, grocers, 14, iCing-street 
Lennox John, grocer, Cowcaddens 
Leslie & Reid, manufacturers, 44, Ingram-street 
Leshe, James & Co. 18, North Albion-street 
Leslie, Alexander, tailor, 50, High-street 
, Leslie Alexander, spirit dealer, 166, Gallowgate 
Lethem, James, manufacturer. South Albion-street 
Lethem, M. milliner, 20, Bell-street 
Lethem, Patrick, manufacturer 173, Saltmarket 
?, Letters, Michael, clothes broker, 96, Bridgegate 
Lewis, George, grocer, Blackfriars wynd 
Liddel, A. oil and colour-man, 101, Trongate; 

house, 1, St. George's place, Buchanan-street 
Liddell, Wm. merchant, 13, Stirling's square; lodging, 

57, Buchanan-street 
Liddell, James, baker, 33, Bridgegate 
Liddel, Jas. & Co. smiths & bell hangers, 155, Stocks. 
Liddel, Wm, teacher, 8, Nelson-street 
H 



LID 90 LIV 

Liddel, Andrew & Co. ironmongers, 5^, Gallowgate 
Liddel, David, saddler, 25, Hutcheson-street 
Lightbody, Alexander, grocer, 18, Kirk-street 
Lilburn, John, upholsterer; house, 48, Dunlop-etreet 
Lillie, David, insurance broker, Tontine buildings; 

lodging, 48, Brunswick-street 
Lillie, Mrs. milliner and haberdasher, 27, Bell street 
Limeburn, M. wigmaker, &c. 16, do. 

Liraeburn, Mrs. haberdasher, 16, do. 

Limeburn, Hugh, grocer, 39, Adelphi-street 
Limont, Mrs. John, grocer, 62, Argyll-street 
Lindsay, Jas. & Co. timber merchants, Broomielaw 
Lindsay k Adam, yarn-merchts. 24, Virginia-street 
Lindsay, Robert, 24, Virginia-street; lodging, 70, Bu- 
chanan-street 
Lindsay, John, merch. do ; lodg. 70, Buchanan-str. 
Lindsay, John, at Ewing and Co.'s calender 
Lindsay, William, joiner, &c. 449, Gallowgate . 
Lindsay, James, mealseller, 132, Bridgegate 
Lindsay, John, spirit-dealer, 22, Old wynd 
Lindsay, John, vintner, Port Dundas 
Lindsay and Laird, manufacturers, 127, Trongate 
Lindsay, Alex, and James, bakers, 60, Argyll-street 
Lindsay, Alex, vintner, 13, King-street 
Lindsay, W. and Co. thread makers, 24, Bruns. place 
Lindsay & Pearson, writers, Moodie's co. Argyll-str, 
Lindsay, James, joiner, 4, Canon-street 
Linen Stamp office, 13, High-street 
Lishman, James, hosier, 2, Trongate 
Little, John, flesher, Calton mouth 
Livingston, Mrs. lodging, 31, Adelphi-street 
Livingston, John, manufacturer, 1, Brunswick lane 
Livingston, A. & Co. agents, brokers, and herring 
merchants. West Clyde- street 



LIV - 91 ' luOlJ 

Livingston, D. fancy crape maker, 47, King-street 
Lloyd, H. grocer^ 115, High-street 

Lochead , book publisher, 341, Gallowgate 

Lochead, W. jun. furniture-shop, 114, Saltraarket 
Lochead, Mrs. poulterer, 18, Prince's street 
\Lochore, Robert, shoe-shop, 95, Trongate 
Lockie, Wm. wright, York-street 
Lochty, Robert, teacher, Havannah-street 
Lockhart, Rev. Dr. John, 40, Charlotte-street 
Lockhart, John, clothier, 82, Trongate 
Lockhart, Peter, grocer, Grahamston 
Lockhart, Wm. & Co. brushmakers, do. 
Lockhart & Campbell, manufacturers, 8, Stirling-str* 
Logan, W. merchant. Canal-office, Port Dundas 
Logan, Thomas, grocer, 67, Gallowgate 
Logan, Thomas, tailor, 33, do. 

Logan, John, painter, 115, Argyll-street 
Logan, J. tea-dealer, 59, Queen-street 
Logan, John, spirit-dealer, 81, New wynd 
Logan, Wm. tinsmith, 103, Bridgegate 
Logic & Tassie, leather merchants, 38, Argyll-strecl 
Logic, Wm. spirit-dealer, 44, Glassford-street 
Lonie, Andrew, vintner. Port Dundas 
Longmuir, J. turner, 7, New wynd 
Longmuir, John, merchant, 48, Jamaica-street 

Lorrain -, of the Gram. School; house, W. Nile-str. 

Lothian, George, & Co. merchants, 39, Glassford-str. 
Lothian, George, 39, Glassf.-str.; house, 3, Carlton pi. 
Lottimer, Wra. grocer, 262, High-street 
Loudon & Hamilton, Phoenix fire and Pelican life- 
office, 14, Hutcheson-street 
Loudon, Geo. acct. Ship Bank; ho. 59, Glassford-str. 
Loudon, Morehead, lodging, 40, Dunlop-street 
Lpughrey, Wm. spivit-dealer, 61, King-street 
H 2 



LOV 92 MAC 

Love, John, bailHe of the Ramshorn burying ground, 

Gordon's land, 582, Argyll-street 
Love, Hugh, sale room, 89, Candleriggs; house, 13, 

King-street 
Love, Rev. John, lodging, Brownfield 
Love, John, haberdasher, 133, Trongate 
Low, Isaac, grocer, &c. 363, Gallowgate 
Low, James, chandler, 115, do. 
Low, Alex, candle shop, 389, do. 
Low, M. milliner, 206, do. 

Low, George, spirit-dealer, 48, Great Dovehill 
Lowry, Richard, agent, 47, Glassford-strbet " 
Lumsden, Jas. & Son, wholesale stationers, 60, Queen-st. 
Lumsden, L. writer, 14, Hutcheson-street 
Lumsden, John, pocket book maker, 3, Argyll-street 
Lusk, Wm. tailor, 21, Nelson-street 
Lusk, Mrs. milliner, 117? do. 

Lyle, Thomas, druggist, 206, High-street "^ 

Lyle, John, shoemaker, 67, Trongate 
Lyle, James, book publisher, 81, Gallowgate 
Lyon, John, tinsmith, 619, Argyll-street 
Lyon, Peter, grocer, Spoutjnouth 
Lyon, George, coppersmith, 80, Gallowgate 
Lyon, John, bookseller, 17, Saltmarket 
Lyon & Boggie, brushmakers, 99, Candleriggs, 
Lying-in-ward, 100, High-street 

M 
Mabon, David, grocer. East Clyde-street 
Machen, John, brass-founder; house, 67, Brunsw.-str. 
•Mack, W. G. writer, 64, Hutcheson-street ; lodging, 

St. Mungo-street, Stirling's road 
Mackie, Js. & Co. tea-merchants, 85, Glassford-street 
Mackie, John, grocer, Main-street, Calton 



MAC €^8 MAR- 

Mackie, T. muslin singer, 83, Saltmarket 
Mackie, Robt. painter, 28, Stockwell 
Mail-Coaeh Office, 3, Nelson-street 
Mair, John & Co. manufacturers, 38, Argyll-street 
Mair, John, manufacturer; lodging, Plantation 

Mair, , manufac. 23, Adelphi-str. Hutchesontow» 

Mair, John, vintner and stabler, 57, High street 
Maitland & Brown, manufacturers, 8, Garthland-str» 

Malcom, , auctioneer, Post-office court 

Malcom, A. spirit-dealer, 85, Bell-street 
Malcom, John, grocer, 33, Main-street, Gorbals 
Malcom, William, 57, Brunswick-street 
Malloch, M. milliner, Sidney court, Argyll-street 
Maltnaan, John, manufacturer, 6, Bell-street 
Mann, David, auctioneer, 2, Prince's street 
Mann, John, writer, 13, St. Andrew's lane 
Mann, John, gunsmith, 4, Main-street, Gorbals 
Mann, William, do. 198, do. do* 

'Mann, John, jun. writer, Melville-place 
Mann, James, gunsmith, 31, Brunswick-place 
Mann, Alex, merchant, at G. M*Nish & Co's. 
Manson, William, at A. Oswald's cellars 
Manners, J. plane maker, Saracen lane, Gallowgate 
Marquis, N. & J. grocers, 1 1 , King-street 
Marsden, Wm. machine-mak. Picadilly-str. AnderstOH 
Marshall, Thomas, writer, 449, Gallowgate 
Marshall, David and Co. inkle-work, Craignestock 
Marshall, Thos. and Co. tape and thread warehouse, do. 
Marshall, Richard, spirit-dealer Calton mouth 
Marshall, Js. cotton- and worsted shop, 25, High-str. 
Marshall, J. baker, 279, do. ' 

Marshall, Wm. do. 269, do. 

Marshall, -, surgeon, 88, High-street 

Marshall, Alex, jn^on, 1, St. Andrew's lane 
H 3 



MAR 94 MA-T 

Marshall, A. baker, King-street, Tradestown 
Marshall, Lawrence and Co. 5, Saltmarket 
Marshall, John, spirit-dealer, 25, Bell-street 
Marshall, John, vintner, 39, Gallowgate 
Marshall, John, grocer, 203, do. 
Marshall, James, manufacturer, 12, Wilson-street 
Marshal], Robert, writer, 50; house, 10, Miller-street 
Marshall, Robert, grocer, King-street, Calton 
Marshall, John, accomptant, Ship Bank 
Marshall, John, sen. baker, 362, Gallowgate ? 
Marshall, Couper and Co. nianufacts. 57, Brunsw.-street 
Martin, James and Co. merchts. North Albion-street 
Martin, James, sen. and Co, ironmongers, 13, Argyll-str. 
Martin, Pvlrs. lodgings, 44?, John-street 
Martin, .ames, mill-wright, Mitchell-street 

Marwick, , straw hat maker, 34, Brunsw.-place 

Mason, Tames, spirit dealer, 9, Kirk-street 

Mather, William, yarn -warehouse, 55^ Wilson street; 

house, Kingston, Tradeston 
Mather, Carnegie and Co. wine and rum cellars, Tontine 

Back Buildings 
Mather, Mackay and Co. general commission agents, 25, 

Virginia-street 
Mather and Watson, spirit-dealers, 20, King-street 
Mathie, David, writer, 175, Trongate; ho. 33, Char- 
lotte-street 
Mathie and Craig, writers, 23, Ingram-street 
Mathie, Benjamin, do. lodging, West George-street 
Mathie, Robert, warehouse^ 8, S. Frederick-street 
Mathie and vSimpson, spirit-cellars, 15, St. And.-lane 
Mathison, Charles, painter, 25, Trongate 
Mathieson, Kenneth, mason and builder, Hopehill: 
orders left at Mrs. Anderson's, King's field, Gallow, 
Mattbieson, Wm. flour-merchant, Main«street, Calton 



MAV 95 MIL 

Maver, Wm. sale-room, 69, Trongate 

Maxwell, John, Dargavel, 18, Buchanan-street 

Maxwell, William, 19, Queen-street 

Maxwell, Houston, cheese and hara-shop, 10, King-str. 

Maxwell, Peter, spirit- dealer, Grahamstone 

Maxwell, William, tea dealer, 211, High-street 

Maxwell, John, surgeon, 100, Candleriggs; house,' 

23, King-street 
May, J. A. music-seller and teacher, 17, Glassford>str. 
Mayne, James, taylor,* 22, Prince's street 
Mearns, James, spirit-dealer, 3, Maxwell-street 
\jMeek,' Thomas, writer, 71, Hutcheson-street 
Meikle, William, baker, 40, Gallowgate ; house, 21, 

Charlotte-s'treet 
Meikle, W-^illiam, grocer, Crossloan street, Calton 
Meikle, Richard, baker, 97, Gallowgate 
Meikle, J. grocer and spirit-dealer, "546, Gallowgate 
Meliss, Danitl, grocer, 64, Saltmarket 
Menzies, Wm, bookbinder, 11, Saltmarket 
Menzies, A. tobacconist, 106, do. 
Menzies, Alex, tobacconist, 1, Bridgegate 
Menzies, Archibald, lint-dresser, 8, PI igh street 
Menzies, Thomas, George Inn, 18, George's square 
Menzies, James, herring merchant, 98, Bridgegate 
Menzies, Wm. brewer, 38, Muirhead-street, Gorbals 
Menzies, A. tool-maker, Main-street, Calton 
Menzies & Binning, spirit cellars, 99, Saltmarket 
Mercer, James, spirit dealer, facirfg Broomielaw quay 
Middleton & Tennant, merchants, 80, Stirling-street 
Middleton, William, haberdasher, 134, Trongate 
Mile End Spinning Co. Mil^ End, Calton; letters and 

orders left at Lindsay & Adams, 24, Virginia'-str. 
Millar, Dr. Rich, lecturer in Mat. Medica, Spreull's 

land, 106, Trongate 



MIL 96 MIL 

Miller & Ewing, cloth merchants, 145, Trongate 
Millar, G. and W. & Co. haberdashers, 157, do. 
Millar, M. shoe shop, 14-, do. 

Millar, James, tailor, 96, King- street 
Millar, A. teacher, 96, George-street 

Millars, , milliners, 599, Argyll-street 

Miller, James, and Co. calenderers, 169, Montrose-str. 

Miller, James, merchant, 26, Bell-street 

Miller, Wm. shoemaker, 271, High-street 

Miller and Neilson, reedmakers, 287, do. 

Miller, John, grocer, 39, do. 

Miller, John, dyer, 162, Gallowgate 

Miller, Geo. cooper, 402y do. 

Miller, Stephen & Co. founders, Saracen's lane 

Miller, Wm. weaving utensil maker, 112, Gallowgate 

Miller, John, cork cutter, lOl, do. 

Miller, And. & Co. painters, oil and colourmen, 15, 

Hutcheson-street 
Miller, Alex, baker, 334, Gallowgate 
Miller, James, tailor, 9, Trongate 
Miller, James, chandler, 408, Gallowgate 
Miller, Robt. shoemaker, 19, Canon-street 
Miller, John & Co. merchants, 37, Brunswick place 
Miller, Geo. straw-hat maker, 18, Glassford-street 
Miller, John, grocer, 415, Gallowgate 
Miller, M. baker, 425, do. 
Miller & M'Lennan, house and sign painters, S3, do. 
Miller, D. wheel wright and turner, 81, do. 

Miller, Robt. joiner, 52, East Albion-street 
Miller, Robt. & Alex, spirit dealers, 47, Saltmarket- 
Miller, Alex, wright, 72, Saltmarket 

Miller, . , furniture shop, 76, do. i 

Miller, Alex, leather cutter, 122, do. j 

f Miller, Walter, lint shop, 67, do. 



MIL 97 Mlt 

Miller, John, cooper, 199, Main-str. GorbalB 

Miller, John, cooper, 169, Saltmarket 

Miller, John, do. 62, Queen-street 

Miller, John, grocer, 39, High-street 

Miller, Robert, spirit dealer, 16, Duke-street 

Miller, Wm. grain merchant, 21, Montrose-Street 

Miller, Wm. baker, 71, Gallowgate 
' Miller, Patrick, cooper, St. Enoch^s wynd 

Miller, J. umbrella and straw hat mak. 121, Nelson^st. 

Miller, Wm. manufacturer, 15, St. Andrew's square 
. Miller, Wm. yarn shop, 4, St. Andrew's street 

Miller's School for Girls, 54, George-street 

Miller, George, painter, 5, Maxwell-street 
V Miller, Gabriel, writing master, 17, Hutcheson-street 

Miller, James, coppersmith, 51, Bridgegate 

Miller, David, baker, 80, do. 

Miller, H. do. 53, do. 

Miller, Alexander, spirit dealer, 25, do. 

Miller, Alexander, Cossack Inn, 40, King-street 

Miller, John & Co. marble cutters, Jamaica-street 

Miller, T. merch. at Mrs. Shedden's, 94, George- str. 

Miller, William, eating-house, 300, Gallowgate 

Miller, Thomas, grain merchant, Mitchell-street 

Miller, Hugh, surgeon, 77, opposite the College- 
church, High-street 
'Miller, Robt.jun. merchant, 164, Trongate; house, 

John-street, Greenhead 
- Miller, Robt. manufacturer, 37, Bell^street 
) Miller & Birkrayre, manufacturers, 64, Brunswick-str 

Miller & M'Lean, surgeons, 47, Adelphi-street 

Miller, Wm. dye works, Sidney-street 
VMiller, A. vintner, 113, Trongate 

Miller, J. grocer, 246, High-street 



MIL 98 MIT 

Miller, Mrs. milliner, 144-, Saltmarket 

Miller, , surgeon, 3, Crown-str. Hutchesontown 

Miller, James, smith, 23, Main-street, Gorbals 

Miller, James, wigmalier, 93, New wynd 

Miller, James, baker, Crossloan-street, Calton 

Miller, Joseph, smith, Argyll-street, North side 

Milligan, Mrs. Andrew, toy dealer, 29, St« Enoch's sq. 

Milligan, James, manufacturer, 12, Wilson-street 

Miliken, James, stocking manufacturer, 33, Gallowg. 

Miliken, John, reedmaker, 8, High-street 

Mills, Mrs. starcher, Gordon-street 

Mills, Mrs. midwife, 63, Stockwell 

Mills, Wm. merch. 127, Trong.; house, Sandyford pi. 

Sauchiehall 
Miln, Wm. haberdasher, 426, Gallowgate 
Milne, William, merchant, at James Black & Co.*s: 

lodgings, 40, Miller-street 
Milne, John, turner, 25, Trongate 
Milne, John, do. 193, Main-street, Gorbals 
Milne, John, Tontine tavern, Exchange 
Milne, Alex. & Co. merchants, 22, Argyll-street 
Mirlees, Peter, saddler, 634, do. 

Mirlees, W. saddle and saddle-tree maker, 34, do. 
Mirlees, Wm. jun. do. house, 49, Virginia»streel 
Mirleess, Robt. wright and organ builder, 64, Ingr.-sti> 
Mirlees, Alex, spirit dealer, 42, Argyll-street 
Mitchell, James, painter, 84, King-street 
Mitchell, John & James, grocers, 15, do. 
Mitchell, Alex, merchant ; house, Garnet Hill 
Mitchell, Rev. Dr. J. Antiburgher-meeting, Anderstoji 
Mitchell, Wm. spirit dealer, 105, Gallowgate 
Mitchell, Thomas, & Co. grocers, 420, do. 
Mitchell & Russel, watch-makers, 18, do. 
Mitchell, Alex, currier, 38, Bridgegate 



MIT 99 MON 

Mitchell, M. spirit dealer, 82, New wynd 
Mitchell, James, reedraaker, 6, Bell-street 
Mitchell, J. tambouring warehouse, 30, Trongate 
Mitchell, Thos. & Wm. 149, Montrose-street 
Mitchell, Alex, manufacturer, 11, Candleriggs 
Mitchell, Andrew, writer; house, 38, Miller'Street 
Mitchell, Js. master of Police ; house, Turner's court 
Mitchell, David, gardener, IS^, George-street 
Mitchell, John, hairdresser, 11, do. 

Mitchell, Alexander, plumber, 16, Jamaica-street 
Mitchell, Alex, druggist, 29, Candleriggs 
Mitchell, T. and M. & Co. manufacturers, Nile-street, 

near the Tabernacle ; lodgings, Garnet Hill 
Mitchell, J. grocer, 165, Gallowgate 
Mitchell, Thomas, rope maker, Grahamston 
Mitchell, Peter H. writer, 47, King-street 
Mitchell, Stewart, tobacconist, 46, do. 
Mitchell, John, cork-cutt«r, 27, do. 
Mitchell's drawing academy, 1, Brunswick-place 
Mitchell, Alex, merchant, 13, Buchanan-street 
Mitchell, J. grocer, Anderston-walk 
Mitchell, Robt. smith, Jamaica-street 
Mochrie, Wm. and Brothers, calender, 68, Bell-street 
MoiFat, Walter, smith, Govan-street, Gorbala 
Moffat, James, chaplain. Town's Hospital 
Moffat, James, merchant, at M*Gavin and Lamb's, Vir- 
ginia-street 
Moffat and Scott, surgeons, 109, Nelson-street 
Moffat, James, plumber, 11, Charlotte-street 
Molle^on, Alexander, at J. and R. Monteith's; houa?, 

Sauchyhall road _ 
Moir, James, spirit-dealer, 23, Prince's street 
Mon^ch, Duncan, manufac. : house, Morrison's court 
Monach, Robert, manufacturer^ 79, Stirling-street 



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MON 100 Mon 

Monach, James and Andrew, cotton-spinners, Burnside 

lane, foot of Havannah-street 
Monkland Steel Company, Moodie^s court 
Monro, John, reed-maker, 42, High-street 
Monro, D. baker, Grahamston 
Monro, George, tinsmith, 87, High-street 
Munro, Mrs. vintner, Laigh Kirk Close 
Munro, John, reed-maker, 42, High-street 
Monro, Mrs. grocer, 24, Glassford-street 
Monro, John^ brickmaker, &c. Gallowgate toll 
Monro, Wm, grocer, 74, King-street 
Monro, N. vintner, 158, Trongate 
Monteath, James, manufacturer, 59, Queen-street 
Monteath, J.surg. Buchanan-str.;shop, 87, Glassf.-str. 
Monteath, James, writer, 87, Glassford-street 
Monteath, J. & G. surgeons, 87, Glassford-street 
Monteath, Dr. George, do.; house, 32, Hutch.-street 
Monteith, John & Robert, merchants, IS, do. 
Monteith, Henry, merchant; house, 53, Buchanan-str. 
Monteith, Henry, Bogle, & Co. yarn-warehouse, Char- 
lotte-lane 
Monteith, Robert, grocer, 23, College-street 
Monteith, William, lodging, 57, Hutcheson-street 
Montgomery, Matthew, writer, 141, Trongate; lodg- 
ing, 1 1 , Graham's buildings, George-street 
Montgomery, Robert, merchant, 85, Clyde-street 
Montgomery, M. spirit-dealer, East Clyde-street 
Montgomery, John, spirit-dealer, 5, Shuttle-street 
Moody, Hugh, wine and. rum merchant, 24, King-str. 
Moody Sc Harley, manufacturers, 37, Bell-street 
Moore, J. & Co. druggists, 123, Bridgegate 
More, Robert, agent, 58, Bell-street 
More, John, cashier, Royal Bank, 38, St. And.-square 
More, John, grocer. Kirk-street, Calton 



MOR 101 MOR 

Morehead, Alex, grocer, 16, Canon-street 
Morrison, Alex, at Wm. Bennerman & Co.*s 
Morrison, Jas. & Co. manufacts. 48, St. Andrew's sqr. 
Morison's furnished lodgings, 80, Trongiite 
Morison, Miss, milliner, 91, New wynd 
Morison, D. and G, spirit-cellars, 58, Nelson-street 
Morison, James, spirit-dealer, 125, Bridgegate 
Morison, Wm. hosier and glover, 628, Argyll-street 
Morison, Wm. upholsterer; house, Marshall's court, 

12, South Hanover-street 
Morison, N. & Co. saddlers, Grahamston 
Morison, Duncan & Co. manufacts. 23, Candleriggs 
Morison, Mrs. dealer in furniture, 88, Saltmarket 
Morison, W. joiner, Blackfriar's wynd 
Morison, J. cane bottom chair-maker, 621, Argyll-str. 
Morison, George, writer, ^^Q, Gallowgate 
Morison, William, wright, 155, Bridgegate 
Morison, C. accountant, ^SO, Duke-street 
Morison, Daniel, comptroller of customs; lodging, 

Main-street, Anderston 
Morison Sc M'Donald, shuttle-makers, New-str._ Calton 
Morison, Wm. mason, Hospital-street, Gorbals 
Morison & M*Lean, spirit-cellars, 20, Jamaica-street 
Morison, J. baker, 7, College-street 
Morison, Walter, surgeon Sc ac.coucheur, 88, Saltmark. 
Morison, John, grocer, 30, Adelphi-street 
Morison, James, grocer. Main-street, Gorbals 
Morrison, James, mercantile academy, 32 E. Albion-st. 
Morrison, Munro & Co. saddlers, 626, Argyll-street 
M«rris, Kinnear & Co. merchts. 55, St. Andrew's sqn 
Morris, Wm. spirit-dealer, 66, Stockwell 
Morris, R. H. merchant, house, Greenhead 
.Morison & M'Dougall, accountants, 43, Hutch.-stf. 
^Morrison, M'Dougall & Co. agents, 43, do. 

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MOR 102 MUI 

Morison, George, Writing-master, 96, George-street 
Morrison & M'Dowall, writers, 53, Miller-street 
Morrison & Watson, agents, 51, Bell-street 
Morrison, ^neas, writer, 53, Miller-street 
Morton, Peter, agent, 25, Virginia-street 
Morton, Miss, milliner, 13, Frederick-lane 
Muckart, Lachlant, shoemaker, 76, Glassford-street 
^ Mudie, William, & Son, auctioneers; sale-room, 22, 
Trongate ; lodgings, 2d flat above 
Mudie, Robt. & Co. manufacturers, 6, Montrose-street 
Muir, Brown & Co. do. 190, Trongate ; 

works, Rose-street, Hutchesontown 
Muir, James & Co. woollen-drapers, 454, Gallowgate 
Muir, M. milliner, 73, Bell-street 
Muir, Wm. grocer, 38, Main-street, Gorbals 
Muir, Wm. & Hugh, manufacts. 24, Montrose-street 
Muir, John, tinsmith, 17, Market-street 
Muir, Mrs. David, umbrella-maker, 86, Glassford-str. 
Muir, James, at James Mackie & Co.'s 85, do. 
Muir, Thomas, manufacturer, 5, Saltmarket 
Muir, Thomas, spirit-dealer, 20, New wynd 
Muir, Wm. jun. at Robert White & Co.*s; lodging, 

West Vincent-street 
Muir, Rev. Wm. house, 25, George's square 
Muir, John, spirit-cellars, 38, Saltmarket 
Muir, William, spirit-dealer, 38, Main-street, Gorbals 
Muir, John, porter-house, 62, Trongate 
Muir, Robert, writer, Antigua Place 
Muir, Mrs. grocer, 119, Argyll-street 
Muir, Robert, H. 71, Ingram-street 
Muir, M. spirit-dealer, 16, Market-street 
Muirhead, A. joiner, Dale street, Tradeston 
Mulligan, Robert, vintner, 357, Gallowgate 
Muirhead, Alexander, ironmonger, 7, Saltmarket 



MUI 103 MUR 

, Muirhead, William, baker, 100,Newwynd 
; Muirhead, Js. vintner & coal-agent, 32, Trafalgar place 
'' Muirhead, William, vintner, 175, Trongate 
Muirhead, Lockhart, profess, of Nat. Hist. 2, Col.-str. 
Muirhead, Michael & Son, merchants, 21, Glassf.-str. 
Muirheid, Robert, merchant, 5, St, Enoch's square 
Muirheid, R. & Co. timber-merchants, Union-place 
Muirkirklron Company, 13, Ingram-street 
Munn, Neil, vintner and livery stables, 65, Ingram-str. 
Mungal, James, grocer, 61, High-street 
Munsie, John, joiner, Old Vennal 
Murdoch, James, merchant, 26, Montrose-street 
Murdoch, James, jun. insurance-broker, Exchange; 

house, 44, High John -street 
Murdoch & Buchanan, 26, Montrose-street ; dye-work.. 

Burnside-lane, Duke-street 
Murdoch, John, watchmaker, 356, Gallowgate 
Murdoch John, grocer, Balmanno-street 
Murdoch, John, do. York-place 
Murdoch, Mrs. lodgings, 70, Glassford-street 
Murray, Maurice, joiner, &c. 13, Miller-street 
Murphy, F. clothes-broker, 39, Bridgegate 
Murray, John, grocer. Kirk-street, Calton 
Murray, John, do. Tureen-street 
Murray, James, shoemaker, 7, Shuttle-street 
Murray, Robert, smith, West«street, Tradestoji 
Murray, Alexander, baker, 41, Queen-street 
Murray, Arch, joiner, Anderston-walk 
Murray, Mrs. furnished lodgings, 621, Argyll-street 
Murray, George, glazier, Gibson-street, Gallowgate 
Murray, Patrick, writer, 29, Virginia-street 
Murray, Francis, merchant, Moodie's court; house, 

first close west of Union place 
Murray, Wm. merchant, house, Greenhead 
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MUR 104 M*AR 

Murray, Andrew, painter, 22, Dunlop-street 

Murray & Bonnard, booksellers and stationers, 98, Glas.^ 

ford-street 
Mushet, Rev, H. above 176, George-street 
Muter, Rev, Robert, 213, George-street 
Mutrie, David, lodging, 23, St. Enoch's square 
Mutrie, D- & Soiis, manufacturers, 80, Trongate 
JM'Adam, Thomas, grocer, 202, High-street 
M'Adam & M'Kinlay, manufacts, 45, Hutch.-street 
M'A am, Peter, merchant, 26, Bell-street 
M*Adara & Sons, ivory blacking and sal-ammoniac 

makers, Hill-street, Duke-street 
M'Adam, James, grocer, Cowcaddens 
M'Adani, J. tinsmith, 1, Main-street, Gorbals 
McAllister, Charles, tailor, Sidney-court 
M'AlIister & Duncan, warehousemen, 72, Trongate 
McAllister S: M Kay, calenderers, 62, Bell-street 
McAllister, M. & Co. manufacturers, 432, Gallowgate 
McAllister & Gibb, wine & rum cellars, 18, Stockwell 
M'Allister, Patrick, manufacturer, 82, Stirling-street 
M'Alpine. Wm. writer, 92, King-street 
M*Alpine, John, confectioner, 294, High-street 
M* Alpine, Wm. surgeon, above 87, Gallowgate 
M' Arthur, John, merchant, Melville place 
M*Arthur, John, surgeon; house, 57, Hutcheson-street 
M* Arthur, Alexander, .Carswell's court, George-street 
M'Arthur, James manufac. Dale-street, Tradeston 
M< Arthur, M. boarding-school, 81, Brunswick-street 
M*Arthur, Hector, eating-house, 4, Market-street 
M'Arthur, William, grocer, 56, Stockwell-street 

M' Arthur, , confectioner, 91, Hutcheson-street 

M* Arthur, J. & Co. wholes, iron-merchs. 52, jQueen-sK 
M* Arthur, Arch, tailor, 136, Trongate 
M'Arthur, Duncan & Co. engineers, Camlacl^ie 



M*AR 105 M«CA 

M' Arthur, James, teacher, 39, Prince's street 
M* Arthur, — — , clothes-broker, 49, Bridgegate 
M*Aslan, John & Co. linen-printers' colour-makers, 

West -street, Tradeston 
M*Aulay, J. linen-draper, 23, Nelson-street 
M'Aulay, George, spirit- dealer, 4-5, Argyll-street 
M'Aulay & Biggar, dress-makers, 617, do. 
M*Bean, Smith & Co. merchants, 47, Glassford-street 
M*Beth, George, merchant, at Leckie & Alexander's 
M'Brair, Archd. house, 2, South Frederick-street 
M*Brair, Alexander, agent, 17, North Albion-street 
^ M*Brayne, Dav. at Js. Leslie S. Co.*s, S. Frederick- str. 
M*Bryde, M. perfumer, 616, Argyll street 
M*Cabe, Wm. teacher of English, 62, Bell-street 
M'Call, John, & Co. merchants, 42, Miller-street; 

house, York-hill 
M*Call, Robert, merchant, 3, South Albion-street 
M'Callum, Duncan, grocer, 45, Bell-street 
M'Callum, Alexander, teacher of mathematics and ac- 
counts, Stirling square 
M'Callum & Watson, smiths, 126, Saltmarket 
M*Callum, Mrs. W. milliner, 92, Hutchesoo-stre«et 
I NM'Callum, D. jeweller, 108, Trongate 

M'Callum, Duncan, sen. measurer, 32, Stockwell 
M*Callum, Donald, spirit-dealer, 24, do. 
M<Callum, Alex, stabler, 74, Gallowgate 
M'Callum, D. joiner, 36, Gallowgate 
M*Callum, A. stationer, 36, Bell-street 
M*Callum, D. sen. ironmonger, 9, Saltmarket 
M'Callum, John & Co. coopers, Bnoomielaw 
M*Callum, A. grocer, 14, George-street 
M*Caul, John & Sons, merchants, 50, Argyll-street 
M'Caul, Alexander, insurance-broker, do. 

M*Caul, Gilbert, shoe-shop, 1, Virginia-street 
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M'CL 106 M«CU 

M*Clunie, Johia, grocer, 154;, Saltmarket 
M'Coll, H. & Co. tailors, 43, do. 
M'Coll, D. nailer & spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 
M'CoU, Arch, at Campbell, Rivers & Co.'s; house, 

Key's land, Ivlaxwelton-place 
M'Coll & Carlisle, nailers, Bridge-street, Tradeston 
M'Coall, D. tailor, 96, New wynd 
M'Connechy, Hugh, baker, 199, George-street 
M*Corry, Peter, clothes broker, J 11, Saltmarket 
^''CorklOj Allan, rope spinner, 128, Bridgegate 
M'Corkle, Wm. Port-Glasgow and Greenock daily 

carrier, 6, Virginia-street 
M'Corquodale, M. 6< J. haberdashers, 46, Trongate 
M*Cormick, Mrs. Dun. candle-shop, 400, Gallowgate 
M*Cormick, J. shoemaker, Balmanno-street 
M'Craken, Alex, grocer, Spoutmouth 
M'Creath, James, wright, Brunswick-lane 
M*Creadie, Wm. bricklayer^ 1 J 7, Gallowgate 
M'Crindell, James, Latin teacher, at r. Batchelor's, 

Broad street, Hutchesontown 
M*Crocket & Goodwin, corn merchants, 631, Argyll-sK 
M*Crocket, Boyd, house, 4, West St. Vincent-street 
M*Crone, James, messenger, 130, Stockwell; house, 

Gallowknow, Gorbals Barony 
M'Cubbin, John, merchant, 442, Gallowgate 
.M*Gulloch, M. & Co. ironmong. & founders, 388, do. 
M*Culloch, Robert, wheel-wright, Campbell-street 
M*Culloch, Davidson & Co. manufacturers, 15, St. 

Andrew's square 
M*Culloch, John, lodging, Robertson's co. Argyll-stro 
M*Culloch, Andrew, sand-paper and scythe-strake- 

raaker, 256, High -street 
M^Cullocb, Alexander, house, 29, Stv Andrew's square 
I4'C^i11ogIi, John, spirit-dealer, 65, Trongate 



JSl'CU 107 M*DO 

M'Culloch, W. jeweller, 120, Trongate 
M'Cusker, Hugh, spirit-dealer, 85, Saltmarket 
M'Derroid, Robert, house, Brownfield 
M'Dermid & Forrester, spirit-cellars, 29, Argyli-slreet 
M 'Donald, John, grocer, house, 136, Trongate 
M*Donald, John, grocer, 60, King-street 
M*Donald, J. H. haberdasher, 44-, Trongate 
M*Donald, Norman, clothier, 641, Argyll-street 
McDonald, Angus, patent medicine warehouse, 14 and 

15, Brunswick-place 
M'Donald, John, writer, 37, Brunswick-place 
M* Donald, Donald, merchant; house, 37, Dunlop-str, 
M*Donald, Hugh, agent, 18, Brunswick-place 

McDonald, , wigmaker, 590, Argyll-street 

M'Donald & Co. stone ware shop, 25, do. 

M'Donald, Ronald, saddler, 91, GJassford-street 

M*Donald, Richard, vintner, 61, Broomielaw 

M 'Donald, Ronald, do. do. 

M'Donald, Mrs. grocer, 302, Gallowgate 

M*Donald & Gibson, yarn-merchants, 34, Candleriggs 

M'Donald, Peter, spirit-dealer, 50, Saltmarket 

M' Donald & Halket, merchants, 4, Virginia-street 

M'Donald, Matthew, spirit-dealer, 88, Bridgegate 

M'Donald, A. grocer, 24, New wynd 

M*Donald, Jas. music engraver and copperplate printer, 

8, High-street 
M*Donald, M. milliner, 64, Queen-street 
M'Donald, David, silversmithy-40, Dunlop-street 
M'Donald, Duncan, spirit-dealer, 24, Hutcheson-street 
M'Donald, Roderick, agent, 22, Argyll-street 
M'Donald, Alex, vintner, 20, Saltmarket 
M'Donald, Robt. insur. brok. Exchange; ho„ Duke-str. 
M'Donald, John, spirit-dealer, 74, Bridgegate 
M'Donald, John, chair-master. Turner's co. Argyll-str. 



M<DO 10$ M<FA 

M'Donald, John, grocer, 75, Bridgegate 
M*Donald, Mrs. lodgings, Moodie's court *^ 

M*Dougall, John & Co. general agents and ship-brok- 

ersy 30, St. Enoch square 
M*Dougall, Allan, spirit-dealer, 98, New wynd 
M'Dougall, James & Co. calico-printers, 47, Glassf.-st, 
M'Dougall, H. tinsmith and oilman, 101, High-street 
M*Dougall, Mrs. heddle-maker,. 11, Bell-street 
M<Dougall, Mrs. Dun. spirit-dealer, 101, Old wynd 
M'Dougall, Peter, manufacturer, 9, Trongate 
M'Dougall, Duncan, sen. do. 20, St. And. square 
M'Dougall, Duncan, jun. spirit-dealer, 97, New wynd 
M'Eachern, D. vintner, 402, Gallowgate 
M*Elmaile, Wm. draper, 310, High-street ' 

M*Ewan, J. & T. Ballingall, writers, 32, Hutch.-str. 
M'Ewan, Wm. cloth merchant, 7, Trongate 
M'Ewan and M*Farlane, haberdashers, 137? Trongate 
M*Ewan, Daniel, tailor, 13, Trongate 
M'Ewan, William, tea-dealer, 395, Gallowgate 
M'Ewan, Wm. manufacturer, 31, Bell-street 
M'Ewan, Janiea,_b^llie of the High church-yard, 44> 

High John-street 
M'Ewan, James, tea-dealer, 19, High-street 
M'Ewan, John, hardware-shop, Anderston 
M*Fadyen, J. stationery ^ music shop, 30, Wilsdn-str. 
M'Fadyen, A. spirit-dealer, 32, Bridgegate 
M'Fadyen, D. oilman, 59, Trongate 

M'Fadyen, , chandler, Antigua-buildings 

M'Fadyen, John, messen. and auctioneer, 44, Bell-str. 
M'Farlane, W. chaise-hirer, 40, Trongate 
M*Farlane, T. & A. cotton-spins. Savoy-str. Bridgetn. 
M*Farlane, Mr^. Robert, spirit-dealer, 32, Candleriggs 
M'Farlane, John, singeing-house, 85, do. 

M'Farlane. John, barley office, 20, do. 



M*rA 109 M<FA 

M'Farlane, D. spirit-dealer, 31, Candleriggs 
M'Farlane, M. B. haberdasher, 89 ; ho. 88, Hutch.-str. 
M'Farlanej; James & Co. woollen drapers, 87, do. 
MTarlane, Donald, spirit-cellar, 114, Old wynd 
M*Farlane, Wm. perfumer, 92, Glassford-street 
M'Farlane, Wm. tea and coiFee shop, SO, Candleriggs' 
M'Farlane, Duncan, spirit-cellars, 107, Bridgegate 
M'Farlane, Peter, plasterer, Robertson's-str. Broomiel. 

letters or orders left at Mr. Finlay's, 14-4, Trong. 
M^Farlane, John, merchant; 4-9, Miller-street ; house, 

Garnet-hill 
M'Farlane, D. writer, Melville-pla.ce 
M'Farlane, R. baker, 215, George-street ' 
M'Farlane, James, spirit-dealer, 80, High-street 
M*Farlane, Andw. vintner, Cowcaddens 
M'Farlane, Andrew, joiner, 77, High-street? 
M'Farlane, P. agent for Leith and Hull traders, 60, 

Queen -street 
M'Farlane, Peter, grocer, 409, Gallowgate 
M'Farlane, Daniel, spirit-dealer, 1, New wynd 
M'Farlane, Walter, currier, 51, Gallowgate 
M'Farlane, Rob. vintner and stabler, 355, do. 
M'Farlane, Mrs. shroudmaker, 15, do. 

|: M'Farlane, Daniel, grocer, 401, do. 

I"^ M'Farlane, Walter, vintner,. 164, Trongate 
^ M'Farlane, David, starcher, Millfield, HutchesontowB 
M'Farlane, W. spirit-dealer, 5, Montrose-street 
M'Farlane, William, do. 90, Gallowgate 
M'Farlane, James, leather-cutter, 7, Main-str. Gorbals 
i. , M'Farlane, John, writer, 30, Saltmarket 
^^M'Farlane, John, commission- warehouse, Ingram-cour|> 
8, Ingram-street; house, 47, Brunswick-street 
M'Farlatie, Wm. pastry-shop, 12, Prince's street 
M'Farlane, P. dyer, 15, Virginia-street 



M*FA no M*GA 

M'Farlane, Andrew, spirit-cellar, East Clyde-street 
M*Farlane, George, grocer, Kirk-street, Caiton 
M'Farlane, G. surgeon, Great Hamilton-street 
M'Farlane, G. & A. spirit-dealers, 17, King-stre6t 
M*Farlane, M. spirit- dealer, 23, New wynd 
M*Farlane, M. surgeon, 1, Centre-street, Tradeston 
M* Farlane, W. spirit-dealer, facing the new Jail 
M*Farlane, R & A . wood-merchants, Robertson-street 
M*Farlane, W^ joiner. Main-street, Gorbals 
M 'Farlane, M. wright, do. do. 
M'Farlane, John, spirit-dealer, 12, Market-street 
M*Farlane, D. spint-dealer, 56, East Albion-street 
M'Farlane, Duncan, cotton-spinner, Busbie; orders 

left at Wm. Kelly*^, Virginia-street 
M'Farlane, Daniel, & Co. distillers. Port Dundas 
M*Farlane. Mrs. D. tea-dealer, 101, Candleriggs 
M'Farlane, John, stabler, St. Enoch's wynd 
M'Farquhar, Campbell & Co. S. American merchants 

and agents, 12, "West Albion -street 
M'Feat, A. stationer, 105, Trongate 
M'Feat, John, Staffordshire china and stone- warfe shop, 

36, King-street 
M*Fee Daniel, spirit-cellar, ^^S, Gallowgate 
M'Fee, Thomas, spirit-dealer, 239, High-street 
M'Fie, Alexander, spirit-dealer, 65, Bell-street 
M'Fie, John, calico-printer, 12, West Albion-street 
M'Fun, Daniel & Son, manufacts. 79, Stirling-street 
M*Fun, Peter, do. 13, St. Andw.-lane 

M*Garva, Peter, joiner, Spoutmouth 
M'Garry, P. spirit-dealer, 59, King-street 
M*Garvie, J. shoe-shop, 61, G lassford-street 
M*Gavin, Robert, house, 20, St. Enoch's square 
M*Gavin,, John, merchant and accountant, Candlerigg 
court; house, 4, York-street 



M*GA 111 M*GR 

M' Gavin, William, lodging, 2, GeOrge square 
M'Gavin & Lamb, merchts. 39, head of Virginia-street 

'' M'Gavin, Robert & Co. SpreuU's court, 19, Hutcheson- 
street, and 87, Glassford-street 
M'Gee, Wm. green-grocer, St. Andrew lane 

^~ Macgeorge, Andrew, writer, 13, Brunswick-place; 
house, Sauchiehall-road 

"^^ M*Gibbon, Thomas, tobacconist, 70, Saltmarket 
M'Gibbon, Thomas, tobacconist, 52, Main-str. Gorbals 

\M*Gill, Francis, merchant, 29, Brunswick-street 
M'Gilchrist, J. & Son, woollen-drap. 460, Gallowgate 
M'Gilp & Shirra, wine-merchants, Sidney court 
M'Gilp, Ninian, manufacturer, 8, Glassford-street 

^\M:*Goun & Muir, tailors, 62, Trongate 
M'Goun, Archibald, paper-maker, 117, Stockwell 

^^^M*Goun, R. writing-master, 67, Brunswick-street 
MGown, J. & D. manufacturers, 7, South Fred.-str. 
M*Gregor, Pet. & Co. calico-printers, 24, St. A. sqr. 
M'Gregor, Alexander, do.; house, St. Andrew's sqr. 
M'Gregor, John, turner, 297, High-street 
H. M'Gregor, confectioner, 175, Trongate 
M'Gregor, Malcom, paper and yarn-merchant, 19, 

Brunswick-street 
M'Gregor, Robt. do. do. 

M'Gregor, John, spirit dealer, 81, Stockwell 
M'Gregor, John, spirit dealer, 40, Jamaica-street 
M'Gregor, John, jun. woollen draper, 428, Gallowgate 
M'Gregor, James, cloth merchant, 11, Trongate 
M'Gregor's lodgings, 83, Glassford-street 
XM'Gregor, Dugald, merchant, 20, Trongate 
M'Gregor, Gregor, Tontine Buildings 

XM*Grigor, D. vintner. King's Arms, 164, Trongate © 
M*Grigor, Donald, manufacturer, Commercial court 
M'Grigor, Alex, writer ; house, 7, Queen-street 



M'GR 112 MaN 

M'Grigor, Alex. & P. Murray, writers, 29, Virgiaia-st. 
M'Grigor, John, merchant, 26, Brunswick place 
M'Grigor, John, vintner, 44-2, Gallowgate 
M*Grigor, Wm. agent, 28, Brunswick-place 
M'Grouther, R. baker, 1 08, King-street 
M*Guffie, James, mason, 76, Stockwell 
M*Haffie, David, & Co. 11, St. Andrew's square 
M'Hardie, Jas. Sheriff Clerk Depute, Antigua place 
M'Hutchon, J. & R. spirit dealers, 94, New wynd 
M'Hutch on, print cutter, Cochrane-street 
M'Hutchison, James, manufac. 33, Candleriggs 
M*Hutchison, Rob. grocer, 20, Main-street, Gorbals 
M*Ilwham, Thomas, calenderer, Old Vennal ; house, 

Maryfield, near Grahame's square 
M^Ilwham, J. manufac. 79, GJassford-str.; lodging, 

Hyde Park, Anderston 
M'Indoe, Mrs. Scotch cloth shop, 327, High-street 
M*Indoe, John, do. 323, do. 

M*Indoe & Galbraith, calenderers, 42, Canon-street 
M'Indoe, Rob. commiss. warehouse, 46, Candleriggs 
M'Indoe, Robt. jun. do. do. Stirling square 
M'Indoe, Peter, turner, Tureen-street 
M'Innes, John, spirit dealer, 19, New wynd 
M*Innes, John, S. Albion-str. corner of Stirling square 
M'Innes, Duncan, grocer, 45, Gallowgate 
M'Innes, D. candle shop, 101, New wynd 
M'Innes, Joseph, spirit dealer, 80, Saltraarket 
M'Innes, Angus, spirit dealer, 23, King-street 
M'Innes, Lewis, milkman, 89, Candleriggs 
M*Innes, Misses, silk shop, 2, Nelson-street 
M*Innes, William, beadle, 65, Trongate 
M*Innes, William, harbour master, Port Dundas 
M^Innes, William, jun. joiner, do 

M'lnroy, Parker & Co. counting-house, Antigua place I 



M'lN lis M'KA 

M'Inroy 5 James, lodging, 26, Buchanan-street 

; M*Intosh, C. & Co. cudbear works, nigh Craig's Parks 
M'Intosh, G. & Co. chemists, at the cudbear works 
M'Intosh, Charles, house, Dunchattan 
M'lntosh, Alexander, victualler, 24, Candleriggs 
M'Intosh, Chas. jun. merchant, 39, Glassford-street; 
house, 128, Geo'-ge- street 

■ M'Intosh, Jas. grocer, 51, Main-street, Gorbals 

M'Intosh & M'Intyre, painters, 48, Glassford-street 
^M'Intosh, D. & Co. woollen drapers, 7, Hutcheson-str. 
M'Intosh, Andrew, merchant, 41, Glassford-street; 

house, 4S, John-street 
M'Intosh, D. musician, 227, High-street 

c ^M'Intosh, John, merchant, 28, Brunswick-place 
M'Intosh, Johuj grocer, 51, Main-street, Gorbals 
M*Intosh, Knox & Co. barm cellar. Back wynd 

'■ M*Intyre, Don. writer, 631, Ai*gyll-street 
M'Intyre, Alex, grocer, 90, Old wynd 
M'Intyre, D. measurer, 256, High-street 
M'Intyre, Arch, smith, Maxwell -street 

j M'Intyre, Peter, grocer, do, 

I ,M*Intyre, John, Scotch cloth-shop^ 1, Gallowgate 

I M*Intyre, John, smith, S3, do. 

"^^ M*Intyre, Peter^ at Thos. Owen & Co. 79, Trongate 
• MTntyre, John, spirit dealer, 297, Gallowgate 
M*Intyre, Arch, joiner, Clarke's court, Bridgegate 
M'lntyre, A. do. Cochrane-street 
M'Intyre, H. & Co. bakers, 170, Main-street, Gorbals 
M*Intyre, D. Inverary carrier, Blackfriars wynd 
M'lntyre, — — , hair dresser, 48, King-street 
M*Intyre, D.- candle maker, 98, King-street 

! M'Isaac, Robt, tailor, 153, Saltmarket 

M'Kay, R. joiner, machine maker and wool spinner^ 
Grseme-street 

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MKA lU MKE 

M*Kay, John, tailor, 1, New wynd 
M*Kay, Mrs. H. vintner, 307, High-street 
M*Kay, Mrs. chandler, 214, do. 
M'Kay, Alex, tobacconist, 213, High-street 
M'Kay, H. grocer, 56, High-street 
M*Kay, Alex, tailor, Blackfriars' wynd 
M*Kay, Angus, tailor, 140, Saltmarket 
M*Kay, Mrs. spirit-dealer, 48, Bridgegate 
M'Kay, Mrs. spirit-dealer, 19, Candleriggs 
M*Kay, Roderick, accountant, 61, Buchanan- street 
M'Kay, William, plasterer, 21, Johri^street 
M*Kay, Alex, shoemaker, 25, Canon-street 
M^Kean, Adam& Co. manufacturers, 13, St. And. lant 
M'Kean, James, grocer, Anderston-walk 

M*Kechnie, , writer, Melville place \ 

M*Kechnie, Alex, merchant, do. 
M*Kechnie, Wm. brick-maker, near Gallowgate toll 
M'Kellar, Duncan, merchant, 33, Cochrane-street 
M'Kellar, Archd. grocer, Black quarry 
M*Kelvie, H. clothes-broker, 133, Bridgegate 
M'Kendrick, And. plasterer, 38, Crown-str. Hutch, town 
M'Kendrick, Andrew, tinsmith, 238, High-street 
M'Kendrick, Wm. writer, 6, St. Andrew-lane 
M*Kenzie, Janies, merchant, 19, N. Albion-street 
M*Kenzie, Daniel, 19, do. 

M'Kenzie, Miss, sewing-mistress, 19, Maxwell-street 
M'Kenzie, Misses, mantua-makers, Mitchell-street 
^M'Kenzie, Al/ex. grocer, 70, Trongate 
M'Kenzie, D. printer, 20, Saltmarket 
M'Kenzie, D. spirit-dealer, 85, Bridgegate 
M'Kenzie & Campbell, merchants, 32, Miller-street 
M'Kenzie, Thos. successor to T. Neilson, tobacconist^ 

22, Saltmarket 
M'Kenzie , chandlet, 116, Stockwell 



M«KE 115 ' M*LA 

M'Kenzie, M. tailor, 100, Saltmarketl 
M'Kenzie, Niel, grocer, 285, High-street 
M*Kenzie, James, manufacturer, 180, Saltmarket 
M*Kenzie, Daniel & Co. chamdlers, 26, King-street 
M'Kerras, Wm. customer weaver, Sandyford toll 
M*Kerracher, Robert, grocer, 114, Gallowgate 
M*Kerlie, "Alexander, mercht. 36, Dunlop-street 
M*Kie, John, mercht. 25, Brunswick-street 
M'Kimming's, brush-shop, 81, King-street 
M'Kinlay, A. smith, 42, Crown-street 
M*KinIay, D. cooper, 23, King-street 
M'Kinlay & Foreman, brushmakers, 300, High-street 
M'Kinlay, George, grocer, Castle-street 
M'KinJay, Isabel, grocer, 158, Stockwell 
M*Kinlay, James, grocer, 28, Saltmarket 
M*Kinlay, John, agent and ship-broker, 10, Jamaica-st. 
M'Kinlay, Mrs. spirit-dealer, Monkland Canal Basin 
M*Kinlay, WaHer, spirit-dealer, 609, Argyll-street 
M*Kinnon, Hugh, tailor, 17, Trongate 
M'Kinnon, Daniel, spirit-dealer, 30, New wynd 
H'Kinnon, Angus, smith, 25, Trongate 
M'Kirdy, Michael, shoemaker, 35, Trongate 
M*Lachlan, Colin, at G. & R. Dennistoun and Co.'s 
M'Laehlan, D. & Co. hat manufacturers, 48, Trongate 
M*Lachlan, Hugh, writer, head of Virginia-street 

\M'Lachlan, H. messenger, 9, Trongate 
M'Lachlan, D. grocer, North Frederick-street 
M'Lachlan, & M*Keand, cloth merchts. 325, High-str, 

. M'Lachlane, James, iron-founder, Malta-str. Gorbals 
M*Lachlane, D. spirit-dealer, 349, Gallowgate 
M'Laughlan, M. clothes broker, 58, King-street 
M*Laughlan, Andw. grocer, 22, Adelphi-street 

. M'Leu, Duncan, grocer, 90, New wynd 
M*Laren, — ~, spirit- dealer, 2, ICirk-streefr 
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M*LA ' 116 M^E 

M'Laren, A. teacher, 9, Charlotte-lane 
McLaren, Alex. Dalmarnock dye-works, 80, Trongate 
M'Laren and Anderson, ironmongerSj 152, do. 
M'Laren, James, ironmonger, 13, Gallowgate 
McLaren, James, pastry-baker, 21, Market-street 
M'Laren, John, grocer, 99, High-street 
^xM'Laren, John, tailor, 25, Trongate 
M'Laren, Rev. J, lodging, Bridge-street, Tradeston 
M'Laren, M. & A. coopers, 56, Bridgegate 
M'Laren, Mrs. lodgings, 23, Hutcheson-street 
M'Laren and Stalker, agents, SO, Glassford-street 
M'Laurin, Robert and Co. 61, Hutcheson-street 
M'Laurin, Js, quill-manufacturer, 13, St. Andw, lane 
M'Laws, Robert, A. spirit-dealer^ 308, High-street 
M*Lay, Robert, spirit-cellar, 47, High-street 
. M'Lae, Wm. smith, Port Dundas 
M'Lean, Daniel, grocer, 131, Argyll-street 
M'Lean, Duncan, manufacturer, 8, Garthland-street 
M'Lean, Hector, spirit-dealer, 68, Stofckwell 
M'Lean, Rev. Dr. James, lodging, near Gorbals toll 
M'Lean, Jn. drysalter, 5, Virginia-st.; house, Union co. 
M'Lean, Ronald, wheelwright, 55, Gallowgate 
McLean, Lachlan, trunk-maker, 68, Bell-street 
McLean, M. and Co. calenderers, 33, Candleriggs 
M'Lean, Miss, milliner, 115, Nelson- street 
M'Lean, Murdoch, bagpipe-maker, 51, Bell-street 
M'Lean, William, dyer, 78, Duke-street 
M'Lehose, Robt. & Co. urabrella-Hiak. 159, Trongate 
M'Lehose, J. hair-dresser, 83, Stirling-street 
M'Leish, Alexander, skinner, 62, Saltmarket 
M'Leish, Wjn. at Kerr, How and Co.'s 
M'Lellan & Turner, cotton-spinners. Commerce-street, 

Tradeston 
M'Lellan & Shields, woollen-drapers, 1\ Nelson-street 



M«LE 117 M*LU 

M*Lellan, Lewis, candle-shop, 4«llj Gallowgate 
VM*Lellan, James cloth shop, 23, Trongate 

M'Lellan, Fulton; flesher, 72, King-street 
"^ M^Lellan, D. hardwareman, 5, Trongate 
>M'Lellan, J. & W. manufacts. 74, Brunswick-street 
M'Lellan, Arch. & Son, coach makers, 24, Miller-str. 
M'Lellan Dunbar & Co. do Dunlop-street 

M'Lellan, H. messenger and auctioneer, 13, Trongate 
M'Lennan, M. shoe-shop, 167, Saltmarket 
M'Lennan, D. & Co. painters, 132, Stockwell 
M'Lennan, do. 139, Saltmarket 

M'Lenochan, P. lock and hinge-maker, 50, High-str. 
M'Leod — — , fish hook maker, 79, Rridgegate 
M'Leod, Alex, porter-house, 184-, Trongate 
M*Leod, Alex. & Co. spirit-dealers, 158, Trongate 
M'Leod, Andrew, surgeon, 60, Virginia-street 
M'Leod, Angus, hat- maker, 21, Saltmarket 
M'Leod, Cornelius, tanner, Old Vennal 
M'Leod, George, surgeon, 17, Argyll-street ; house, 

32, Stockwell 
M'Leod, John, cotton-spinner. Tureen-street 
M'Leod, John & Co, manufacturers, 32, Miller-street 
M'Leod, John, victualler, 66, Bridgegate 
M'Leod, M. victualler, 73, High-street 
M'Leod, Mrs. meal-seller, 76, Gallowgate 
M'Leod, Robert, spirit-dealer, 293, High-street 
M'Leod, William, shawl manufacturer, 23, Bruns. pi. 
M'Leroy, Finlay & Co. manufacturers, Craignestock 
M*Limont, Robert, merchant, 36, Candleriggs 
M'Luckie, J. & Co. plasterers, corner of Saracen's lane 
M'Luckie, Thomas, tailor, 173, Saltmarl^t 
M'Luckie, C. haberdasher, 13, Candleriggs 
M'Lure & Hamilton, writers, 40, Hutcheson-str^et 
M*Lure, D. porter and spirit-cellar, 93, Trongate 
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If MI - 118 ' M«NA 

M'Micliael, David, manufacturer, 44, Bell street 

j/nMillan; Andrew. condJe shop, l-vS, Argyll-street 

M' ' nlari, D. grocer, 46, Argyll-street 

X/i'^/illan, D. grocer, 323, Gallowgate 

M'Millan, John, spirit-dealer, 160, do. 

M'Millan, Dugald, provision shop, 134, Saltraarke& 

M'iTiilan, D. grocer, 192, Main-street, Gorbals 

I' *j 'iJlan, Hugh, painter, 21, Glassford-street 

M'^ illan, ames, tailor, 53, PrinceVstreet 

McMillan, ' :ich. 23, St. And.-str.; house, 9, St. A. sqr. 

M'Millan -^ Co. clothiers, Antigua place 

ivi 'Miilan, Walter, manufacturer, 427, Gallowgate 

M'Millan, ; , furniture broker, 135, Bridgegate 

M' artin- Thomson, merchants, Antigua place 
M'Min, George, surgeon and druggist, 90, King-streefe 
M^Murra)/; Thomas, manufac. Currie's closs, High-str. 
M' urray, Wm, Paisley daily carrier, Back wynd 
M'Murrich, J. tisnber merchant, Union place 
M'Nab, Arch. & Co. agents, 57, Brunswick-street 
M'i>iab, MaJcom, Co. 57, do. 

M'Nab, M Farlane Co. merchants, 49, Miller-street 
M'Nab, Archibald,at J.& G.Buchanan's, St. Enoch sqr. 
M^Nab, John, grocer, 45, Adelphi-street,- Hutch.-tovvn 
M'Nab, Kob.mynufr 18, Stirling str'.; ho. 2, College-st. 
M'Nab, Peter, spu-it cellar, Main-street, Anderston 
M'Nab, Wm. and Co. 7, Hutcheson-street 
M*Nair, James, sugar-reiinei, 48, Queen-street 
M'Nair, Matthew, tape-maker, Grseme-street 
M'Nair, J. manufacturer, 7; Mootrose-street 
M'Nau', Misses, milliners, ISlj George-street 
M'Nair, And. & Co. London hat warehouse, 55} Trongo 
M^Nair, Walter, grocer, 63, Queen-street 
M^Nair, Alex paper vrarehouse, 33, Bell-street 
M'Nau', James, smoke-doctor, Calton-mouth 



M»NA 119 M'NI 

M'NalJy, Mrs. clothes broker, 161, Bridgegate 
M'Nally, John, ^clothes broker, 3, Market-street 
M Vaught & Anderson, manufacts. 12^ Wilson-street 
M N i.ojht. John & Co. merchants, 26, Virginia-street 
M'N ightaii) Finlay, grocer, 10, George-street 
M Naughtan, Peter, joiner, Cochrane-street 
M'Naughtan, P. agent, 29, Ingram-street 
M^Naughtan, G- & T. manufactSt 85, Candleriggs 
M*Nee, M. grocer, 78, Stockwell 
M'Nee, Mrs. dressmaker, 23, Stockwell 
M*Nee, John, grocer, 398, Gallowgate 
M*Nee, James, do. 403, do. 
M'Nee, John, druggist, 267, High-street 
M'Nee, John, at Alexander Brown & Co.'s 
M^Nee, Alexander, grocer, Cowcaddens 
M'Nee, Walter, manufacturer, at Robert Mudie & Co.'s 

6, ivlontrose-street 
M'Nee, James, at Mr. Burns' coach-office 
M^Nee, John, teacher of mathemat. 76> Hutcheson-str. 
M*Neil, Mrs. D. 52, Virginia-street 
M'Neil, John, spirit-dealer, 64-, King-street 
M'Nei),, Roderick, spirit-dealer, Bstdl wynd 
M'Neil, Mrs. Neil, vintner, 456, Gallowgate 
M'Neil, Ale?c. agent and broker, Woodlane, Broomiel. 
M'Nerin, Thomas, hosier, 27? Argyll-street 
M*Neillage, D. custom house; house, Finnieston 
M'Nicol, Ronald, merchant, 22, Turner's court 
M'Nicol, D. grocer, 16, College-street 
M'Nicol, A. cloth-shop, 2, Gallowgate 
M'NicQ], P. joiner, Back wynd 
M'NIcol, John, vintner, 35, Trafalgar place 
M'Nish, J. surg. 114, Argyll-street, shop, 606, d©. 
M'Nish, John, do.67, do. do. do, do. 

M'Nish, Geo. & Co. merchants, A»tigua place 



M*NI 120 M*WH 

M'Niveh, David, grocer, 7, Kirk-street 
M*Omish, Robert, grocer, St. Rollox, Townhead 
M'Owat, Wm. spirit-dealer, 114, Drygate 
M*Owat, Peter, grocer, Clyde-street, Anderston 
M'Phail, Daniel, dyer, 581, Argyll-street 
M*Phail, D. & Co. cotton-spinners, Millfield, Hutchest, 
M'Phail, L. & Co. reed-makers, 31, Bell-street 
M'Pherson & M*Lachlan, writers, head of Virginia-sir. 
M*Pherson, A. sailmaker, 60, Broomielaw 
M*Pherson, John, Scots cloth-shop, 311, High-street 
*" M'Pherson, Angus, manufacturer, 30, Trongate 
M'Pherson, Angus, spirit-dealer, 175, do. 
M'Pherson, D. tavern, 3, Argyll-street 
M*Pherson, John& Co. dyers, Clyde-street, Anderston 
M*Queen, Robert, Basin Inn, Port Dundas 
M*Queen, James, at Mather Carnegie's & Co.'s; house, 

South ^Wellington place 
M'Queen, William, tobacconist, 286, High-street 
M*Queen, John, spirit-dealer, corner of Union Place 
M*Queen, Peter, grocer, 183, Main-street, Gmbals 
M'Rae &Frazer, starchers, Crown-str. Hutch.-town 
M'Rae, J. shoemaker, 39, Brunswick-place 
JVI*Ruer, J. wright and timber merchant, Union-place 
M'Target, Walter & Co. timber-merchants. Hospital- 
street, Hutchesontown 
M*Tyre, Wm. boot arid shoe shop, 5, Argyll-street 
M*Vean, D. bookseller, 70, High-street 
M*Vicar, James, tinsmith, 83, High-street 
M'Vey Si Hunter, manufacs. 27, Hutcheson-street 
M'Whinnie & Wilson, rnanufacs. 44, Canon-street 
M*Walter, John, brick-maker, Crown point 
M'Whannell & Pringle, plumbers, 25, N. Albion-street 
M*Whannel, Arch, tin-plate worker, 369, Gallowgate 
M'Whannell, John, & Co. manufacs. 55, St. And. sqr. 



NAI 121 NEI 

N ■ 

Naismith, W. Sc Co. manufacturers, 29, St. And.-sqr. 
Napier, John & Sons, cast-iron founders, Camlachie 
Napier, George, ropemaker, 168, Gallovvgate 
Napier, Mrs. lodgings, 91, Glassford-street 
Napier, Mrs. A. printing-office, 43, Trongate 
Napier, George, manufacturer, 25, St. Andrew's strefet 
Napier, Wm. & Co. agents for Renfrewshire bank, 

.31, Miller-street 
Naismith, M. grocer, 24, Main-street, Gorbals 
Naismith, David & Co. victuallers, 83, King-street 
Naismith, Thomas, shoe shop, 43, Brunswick place 
Neil, James, teacher, 82, High-street 
Neil, John, agent for Carron Co. 28, Glassford-streefe 
Neil, David, spirit-dealer, Clyde-street, Anderston 
Neilson, A. & M., wholes, tea-merch. 54, Wilson-str. 
Neilson, Alexander, plane-maker, 10, G-reyfriars' wynd 
Neilson, Francis, surgeon, Wallace-court; house, 65, 

Wilson-street 
Neilson & Hunter, merchants, 125, John-street 
Neilson, J. architect, surveyor of buildings; Park's land? 

Stockwell 

Neilson, John, engineer, near Canal Old Basin 
Neilson, James, leather merchant, 402, Gallowgate 
Neilson, James, spirit-dealer, 365, Gallowgate 
^ Neilson, John, watchmaker, 94, do. 
Neilson, John, victualler, 85, do. 

Neilson's, John, tavern, 8, do. / 

I Neilson, John, joiner, ~ 77, do. 

jXNeilson, John, vintner, 184, Trongate 
Neilson, James, M. writer, 150, do. 
Neilson, Mrs. stabler, Old Vennal 
Neilson, Mrs. haberdasher, 14, Bell-street 
Neilson, Robert, surgeon and druggist, 192, Trongate 



NEI 122 NIS 

Neilson, ropework, Port Dundas 
Keilson, T. cheese and ham-warehouse, 19, King-str. 
Neilson, William, candlemaker, 359, Gallowgkte 
Neilson & Young, plumbers and lead merchants, 84, 

Clyde-street 
Neilson, Patrick, wine and spirit cellars, Wallace court 
Newall, Arch, broker and commission-merchant, 4, 

Virginia-street; house, 15, North Hanover-street 
Newbigging, A. & Co. calico printers, 27, Montrose-st. 
Newbold, M. umbrella maker, 336, Gallowgate 
Newham, D. & C. commiss. merchts. 13, Canon-str, 
Newlands & Tannahill, linen merchts. 318, High-str. 
Newlands, John, tailor, 33, St. Andrew- street 
Newlands, John, do. 103, Gallowgate 
Newlands & Grierson, jewellers, 6:^9, Argyll-street 

Newlands, , jeweller, 1 30, Trongate 

Newton, Alex, stabler, Blackfriars' steps 
Nichol, James, spinner & dyer, 35, Havannah-street 
Nichol, Jas. cotton and worsted shop, 6, St. And.-str, 
Nichol, James, wire worker, 9, Brunswick place 
Nichol, Mrs. lodgings, Moodie's court 
"Nicholson & Reid, manufacturers, 32, Miller-street 
Nimmo, R. writer, clerk of police, Albion-street 
Nimmo, J. surgeon, 583? Argyll-street 
Nimmo, Dr. John, 64?, Hutcheson-street ; shop, Glass- 
ford-street 
Nimmo, Alex, grocer, 35, Bridgegate 
Nimmo, Robert, hair dresser, 450, Gallowgate 
Nisbet, . ohn, grocer, 337, do. 

Nisbet, David, cheese and ham shop, 368, do. 
Nisbet, Wm. S. writer, Antigua pi.; ho. 11, Adelp.-stt. 
Nisbet & Mackife, Kilmarnock carriers, 50, Stockwell 
Nisbet, William, eating house, 102, Gallowgate 
Nisbet, Robt. spirit cellar, 42 J , do. 



NIV 125 ORR 

Niven, David, & Co. booksellers, stationers, and state 

lottery-office, 139, Trongate 
Niven, D. house, Clyde-terrace, Gorbals ^ 

Niven, John, printer, 53, Prince's street 
Niven, R. B. Sc Son, provision raerch. 12, Candlerigg* 
Nixon, John, hat shop, 44?6, Gallowgate 
Noble, John, manufacturer, 7, S. Frederick-street 
Norrie, James, oil-shop, 95, New wynd, and cooperage, 

24, Old wynd 
Norrie, W. A. cutler, 618, Argyll-street 
Norris, Alexander, cartwright, Grahamston 
North Parish victual, society's office, 13S, Rottenrow 
Norval, Williara», brushmaker, 102, Trongate 
Nerval. James, combmaker, 3, King-street 
Notman, Thos, meal and barley office, 85, King-street 
Nunn, Wm. & Co. lace warehouse, 94, Candleriggg 

O 

Oatwell, -* , marble cutter, Bath-street 

O'Brien, Mrs. T. clothes broker, 129, Saltmarkefc 
Ogilvie, John, glass warehouse, Clyde-street 
Ogilvie, Thomas, bookseller, stationer, and lottery- 
office, 637, Argyll-street 
Ogilvie, E tailor, 14, Gallowgate 
Ogilvie, John, grocer, Alston-street • 
Ogilvie, John & Co. manufacts. 6, Bell-street 
Ogilvie, Alex, sexton, High church-yard, Castle-street 
Ogle, Maurice, bookseller, 8, Wilson-street 
Orhart, White, Rose & Co. manufacturers, Commer^ 

cial court, Candleriggs 
Orhart, William, lodging, 25, Charlotte-street 
Orr, Robert, merchant} housf;, 23, St. Enoch square 
Orr>, J. corset maker, A^rigua place 
Orr, Francis, pocket-book maker, 15, Prince's street 



ORll m PAR 

Orr, Charles, writing master, 58, Ingram-street 
Osborne, M. mathemat. instru. mak. 406, Gallowgate 
Osborne, Wm. shoe shop, 165, Saltmarket 
Osborne, Geo. & Son, boot and shoemaker, 51, Trong. 
Oswald, R. A. merchant, lodging, Clyie-street 
Oswald, Alex. & Sons, do. 112, Sto^ckwell 
Oswald, And. wine ^nd rum merch. 81, Stirling-street 
Oswald, Stevenson & Co. cotton brokers, and yarn- 
merchants, 54, Hutcheson-street 
Ovington, Wheatly & Co. manufacts. 69i Ingram-str. 
Owen, Robert & Co. merchants, Manhattan buildings. 

S. Hanoyer-street 
Owen, Thos. & Co. shoe shop,^ 79) Trongate 

P 

Pagan, R. spirit dealer, 77, Bridgegate 

Paillou, P. miniature painter, ,2, Queen-street 

Paisley Bank office, 17, Trongate 

Paisley Union Bank, 16, Ingram-street 

Paisley and Ardrosssan Canal office, Moodie's court 

Paisley, James, accomptant, Bridge-street, Tradest on 

Panton^ Dr. Alexander, house, 79, Stirling-street 

Park, Matthew, builder; house. Park's land, Stockweli 

Park, Wm. & Co. manufacturers, 1 , Ingram-street 

Park, Mrs. grocer, Maiil-street,Gorbals 

Park, Thomas, tailor, Back wynd 

Park, Wm. & Co. hosiers, 191, Trongate 

Parker, Wm. manufacturer, 85> Candleriggs 

Parker & Finnic, merchants, Wallace court, Bell-str. 

Parker, C. S. merchant, Antigua place 

Parker, James, jun. baker, 443, Gallowgate 

Parkhill's tavern, 83, King-street 

Parlane & Ure, calanderers, 23, N. x\lbion-street 

parlane, Walter, vintner, 96, Stockweli 



PAR 125 PAT 

Parsell, Mrs. Jn. brush and basket wareho. 2, Candler. 
Parsell, John, brush warehouse, 97, do. 

Passage Boat Office, Forth & Clyde Canal, 635, Arg.-st. 
Paterson, A. spirit-dealer, 74, Candleriggs 
Paterson, Alexander, haberdasher, 123, Trongate 
Paterson, Alexander, spirit cellar. Turner's court 
Paterson, Alexander, strong-beer house, Cochrane-str. 
Paterson, A. & M. & Co. plasterers, Alston-street 
Paterson, Alex, spirit dealer, 39, Argyll-street 
Paterson, Alex, barber and wig maker, 104, Gallowg, 
Paterson, Alex, house, 7, West Charlotte lane 
Paterson, Andrew, tavern, 1*?, Clyde terrace 
Paterson, Arch, manufacturer, 21, Glassford-street 
Patel*son, D. spirit dealer, SIS, Gallowgate 
Paterson, Dugald, yarn- warehouse, 80, Glassford-Str,; 

lodging, 92, Stock well 
Paterson, Dundas, spirit cellar, 11, Jamaica -street 
Paterson, E. & R. & Co. grocers, Melville place 
Paterson, Francis, smith, 88, Old wynd 
Paterson, Hugh, spirit cellar, 63, Glassford-street 
Paterson, Henry, plasterer, Gibson-street 
Paterson, James, jun. manufacturer, 6, Montrose-str. 
Paterson, James, warehouseman and hosier, 154, TroK. 
Paterson, James, merchant, Melville-place 
Paterson, James, jun. house, 3, S. Frederick- street 
Paterson, James, spirit and porter cellar, Dunlop-str. 
Paterson, James, grocer, 247, High-street 
Paterson, James, cheese and ham shop, 87, King-str, 
Paterson, James, grocer, 132, High-street 
Paterson, James, joiner, Mitchell-street 
Paterson, Jamieson & Co. manufacs. 44, St, And.-sqr, 
Paterson, John, calenderer, 36, Candleriggs 
Paterson, John, fringe maker, Claythorn-street 
Paterson, Jn. bush tavern, 181, Trongate o 

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PAT 126 PEE 

Patersen, Jn. hinge-maker, Sauchyhall road 

Paterson, John, skinner, Spoutmouth 

Paterson, Mrs. George, meal-seller, 5, New wynd 

Paterson, Matthew, mason and builder, Alston-street 

Paterson, Matthew, plasterer, 8, Clyde terrace 

Paterson, Mrs. spirit dealer, 104, Bridgegate 

Paterson, Robert, 81, Trongate; house, Grahamston 

Paterson, Robert, shoe shop, 62, Ingram-street 

Paterson, Wm. smith, Black quarry 

Paterson, William, smith, Jamaica-street 

Paterson, W. A. inspector of taxes, 18, St. And. lane; 

house. South Wellington-place 
Paton, Geo. brush and bellows maker, 11, High-street, 

and 180, Gallowgate 
Paton, James, accountant, 112, Stockwell 
Paton, Jn. machine maker, Thistle^str. Hutches.-town 
Paton, James, spirit cellar, 7j Bell-street 
Paton, Robt. tobacconist, 167, Main-street, Gorbals 
Patrick, Alex, manufacturer, 459, Gallowgate 
Pattison, John & Wm. 26, North Albion-street 
Pattison, G. S. surgeon, 604, Argyll-street 
Pattison & Co. 3, Garthland-street 
Pattison, M. merchant, 3, do. 
Pattisons, milliners, 63, Argyll-street 
Paul^ John, at J. Alexander & Co.'s, 62, Trongate; 

house, 46, Wilson-street 
Paul, James, spirit dealer, 61, Prince's street 
Paul, James, grocer, King-street, Tradeston 
Paul, Robert, cotton-dealer, Bridge-street, do. 
Payler, E. straw and chip-hat maker, 60, Bell-street 
Pearson, John, rope-work, 112, Stockwell 
Peddis, Thos. carver and gilder, Wallace court 
Peddie, P. portmanteau wareho &c. 10, Argyll-street 
Peebles & Thomson, manufacturers, 29, Stirling-street 



PEE 127 PIC 

Peebles, Chas. writer, Antigua place 

Penny, Wm. 29, St. Andrew's square; lodging, 30, 

Buchanan^street 
Penny, Wm. cameo and seal engraver, Morriso»'s co. 

Argyll-street 
Pellance, John, carpet wareho. 34, Havannah- street 
Penny cuick, Mrs. Jets lodgings, 38, Argyll-street 
Pennycuick, Mrs. furnishing shop, 36, do. 
Penman, William, surgeon, 621, do. 

Penman, Andrew, bookseller, at D. Niven & Co.'s 
Penman, John, manufacturer,. 101, Candleriggs \ 

Perston, M. & J. do. 20, Montrose-street 

Perry, Robt. surg. 41, Argyll- street; ho. 28, High-str. 
Perry, William, merchant, 39, Glassford-street ; house, 

West George-street 
Peterkin, J. D. merch. 175, Trong.; ho. Clyde build. 
Peterkin, Alex. Royal bank; house, Sidney -street 

Peterkin, , seal-engraver, 54, Trongate 

Peters, W. & Co. foot of Havannah-street 

Peters, John, at Haddow & Dale's; ho. Adam's court 

Peterson, Peter, writer, 11, Saltm.; house, Brownfield 

Pettigrew, Thos. hair-dresser, 131, Bridgegate 

Pettigrew, Alex, surgeon, 68, Trongate 

Pettigrew, Alex, writer, 7, Brunswick place 

Pettigrew, Hewit & Co. 8, Ingram-street 

Phcenix fire office, 13, Hutcheson-street 

Phillips, Thomas, sugar refiner, 64, John-street 

Philips & Charles, manufac. Smith's court, Candleriggs 

Philips, James, 288, High-street 

Philip, John, spirit cellar, 61, Buchanan-street 

Philips, Rev. Jas. academy, 14, Cochrane-str.; ho. 19, 

College-street 
Philips, James, upholstery wareho. 26, Maxwell-str» 
Picken, Alex, grocer, 115, Saltmarket 
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PIC I2S PRE 

Picken, Andrew, tape-manufac. Grammar-school wynd 
Picken & M^Pherson, joiners, 120, Saltmarket 
-Pinkerton, Geo. spirit cellars, 12, St. Andrew's lane 
Pinkerton, John, cooper, 34-, Saltmarket 
Pinkerton, James, brewer. Turner's co. Argyll-street 
Pinkerton, Allan, merchant, 321, High-street 
Pinkerton, James, sen. corn-factor, 7, Queen-street 
Pirrie, Robert, cooper, 17, Old wynd 
Playfair-, Patrick, merch. 63, St. Andrew square 
Playfair, James, Andrew, & Co. do. do. 
Flenderleith, C. glass-warehouse, 2, Hutcheson-street 
Plenderleith, Malcom & Co. auctioneers, 2, do. 
Pointer, John, porter-house, Laigh kirk closs 
Pollock, Mrs. vintner, 22, Prince's street 
Pollock, John, surgeon and druggist, 328, GatUbwgate 
Pollock, J. & M. manufacturers, 51, Hutcheson-street 
Pollock, James, reedmaker, 283, High-street 
Pollock, James, saddler, 77, Stockwell 
Pollock, Gilmour, & Co. merchants, 119, Stockwell 
Pollock, R. & Co. auctioneers, 108, King-street 
Porteous, John, manufacturer,. 83, Bell-street 
Porteous, Archibald, joiner, 33, High-street 
Porteous, William, window glazier, 8.4<, Clyde-street 
Porteous, William, spirit dealer, 22, Canon-street 
Porteous, George, musician, 21, High-street 
Porter, Mrs. Thomas, hatmaker, 24, Gallowgate 
Porter, M. accountant, Antigua place 
Porter, JameSj agent, Wood-lane, Broomielaw ' 
Pott & M'Miilan, merchants, 427, Gallowgate 
Potter, Lewis, baker, 223, High-street 
Potter & M'Callum, librarians, booksellers and sta- 
tioners, 31, Wilson-street 
Prentice, David & Co. Chronicle office, 169, Trongate 
Prestonpans oil of vitriol Co. 19, North Albion-street 



PRI 129 RAE 

Primrose, J. & H. mantua-makers, 210, George-street 
Primrose, John, straw hat-maker, 212, do 
Primrose, William, baker, King-street, Tradeston 

- Pringle, John Sc Son, joiners, 31, Shuttle-street 
'^Proudfoot and Co. sale-room, 75, Hutcheson-street 
^Troudfoot, Hew, glover, 112, Trongate 

- Proudfoot, Alex, wig-maker, 14?3, Stockwell 
Professors, Dr. ,Wm. Taylor, sen. principal, M'Gill, 

Cumin, Couper, Davidson, Freer, Jardine, JefFray, 

Mylne, Miller, Meikleham, M'Turk, Young,\^lker; 

lodgings in the College court 
Proudfoot, Adam, grocer, 126, Argyll-street 
Provan, Mrs. straw-hatmaker, 68, Bell-street 
Provand, Js. mercht. 44, Ingrara-str.; lodg. Queen-str. 
Provand, George, 66, Glassford-street ; house, 36, N. 

Frederick-street 
^•-Provan, David & Co. manufacts. 29, Brunswick-str. 
Public Offices — See Banks, Insurance-offices, d<c. 
Purcell, Jn. & Co. Manchester wareho. 13, Trongate 
Purcell, W. & G. brass-founders, Barrowfield-bridge 
Purdie, Wm. agent and tea merchant, 13, Trongate 
Purdon, Robert, hinge-maker, Cowcaddens 
Purdon, Wm. fish-hook maker. Old wynd 
Purves, Wm. slate pencil maker, 26, Hutcheson-street 
Purvis, John, grocer, 6, North Frederick-street 
Purvis, Thomas, wright, 406, Gallowgate 

' R 

Rae, Andrevf^, barber, Nile-street 
Rae, Robert, tailor. Market-street 
Rae,'Wm. tea dealer, 96, Gallowgate 
.Rae, James, tallow-chandler, 26b", High-street 
Rae, James, stabler, 287, do, 

- Rae, George, painter, 47, King-street 

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RAE 130 REI 

Rae, James, locksmithj 24«, Canon stree|; 

E,ailton, John 3c Co. wholesale muslin warehousemer,, 

54, Trongate 
Rainey, H. surgeon, Turner's court 
Ralston, William, clothier, 52, Saltmarket 
Ralston, Robert, stabler, Jackson.street 
Ralston, John & Co. 57, Brunswick-street 
Ramage, Wm. grocer, 14, Clyde terrace 
Ramsay, Wm. at TurnbuU & Ramsay, 23, St. And. -St. 
Ramsay, John, spirit dealer, 329, Gallowgate 
Ramsay, John, joiner, 81, do. 

Ramsay, John, warehouse, 66, Ingram street 
Ramsay, John, iron liquor m9,ker, Camlachie 
Ramsay, Thomas, grocer, 2, Jamaica-street 
Ramsay, E. ready made linen- wareho. 40, Dunlop-str. 
Randolph, Thomas, tobacconist, 23, King-street 
Rankin, A. victualler, 17, Prince's street 
Ranken, Rev. Dr. Alexander, head of Montrose-street 
Ranken, And. at Leitch & Smith's; lodg. 11, Geo. sqr. 
Rankin, Js. tobacconist, 114, Bridgeg.; ho. Kingston 
Rankin, James and Co. grocers, 292, High-street 
Rankin, Js. & Co. barleyand salt office, Laigh kirk close 
Rankin, James, cartwright, Cowcaddens 
Rankin, James, victualler, 47, King-street 
Rankin, Robert, joiner. Castle-street, Townhead 
Rankin & Clark, tailors, 39, Prince's street 
Rankin, Duncan, s^irit-^ealer, 64, Broomielaw 
Recruiting District Office, Laurieston 
Reddie, James, advocate, 17, Gordon -street; office, 

town clerks' chambers 
Reekie, James, grocer, 122, High-street 
Reid, Adam & Co. calenderers, 12, Stirling-square 
Reid, Ai^x. trunk-maker, 12, St. Andrew-street 
Reid, Alexander, dyer, Chavlotte-lane 



REI 131 REI 

Reid, Alexander, threadmaker, 213, George-street 
Reid, Andrew, cabinet maker, Thistle-street 
Reid, Andrew, manufacturer, 36, St. Andrew's square 
Reid, Andw. jun. at Wilson & Reid's, 51, Glassf. str. 
Reid, Andrew, surgeon and druggist, 26, Adelphi str. 
Reid, Andrew, tailor; 129, Saltmarket 
Reid, D. boot and shoemaker, 310, Gallowgate 
-^Reid, David, watchmaker, 95, Hutcheson street 

Reid, Francis & Son, watch & clockmakers, 142, Saltm. 
\Ileid, James and Co. upholsterers, 30, Tro/igate 
Reid, James, grocer, &c. Saracen's head, 107, allowg^ 
Reid and Whiteraan, merchants, 56, Glassford-street 
Reid James, agent, 6, Bell-street 
Reid, John, spirit-dealer, 110, High-street 
Reid, John, surgeon, 83, Stockwell 
Reid, John, late Tontine tavern, lodging, 9, Jamaica-str, 
Reid, John, jun. agent, Commercial court; house, 116, 

Argyll-street 
Reid, John, wright, Saracen-lane, 107, Gallowgate 
Reid, John, & Co. grocers, 4, King-street 
Reid, John, threadmaker, 26, Duke-street 
Reid, Joseph, writer, town clerks' cha: bers 
Reid, Mrs. John, boarding school, 44, Dunlop-street 
Reid, Mary, candle shop, 33, Prince's street 
lleid, Matthew & Co. joiners, 20, Canon-street 
Reid, Robert & Co. agency-office, 7^, Wilson-^street, 

and 47, Stockwell 
Reid, Robert, spirit-cellars, 252, High street 
Reid, Robertson, and Brother, cabinet-makers, 600, 

Argyll-street 
Reid, Thomas, stabler, 277, High-street 
Reid, William, printer ; house, 2, George's street 
Reid, William & Co. printers', 6, Gallowgate 
Reid, William, stabler, 343, Gallowgate 



- REI 132 RIS 

Reid, William, plumber, 40, Dunlop-street 

Relton, James, ragent £or Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Leith 

Shipping Co. Albion place, N. Albionstreet 
Rentoul, J. umbrella-maker, Great Hamilton-street 
Rentoul, John, chandler, 104-, Argyll-street 
Renwick, James, coal agent, and agent for Antermony 

lime-work, 13, High-street 
Rennie, Alex, manufac. Melville-place, 132, Trongate 
Renfrew, John, manufacturer, 3, Montrose-street 
Rennie, James, tinsmith, 307, Gallowgate 
Rennie, Robert, wright, 316, do. 
Rennie, Thomas, writing-master, 36, E. Albion-street 
Rennie, James, grocer, 62, Glassford-street 
Rennieson, Wm. cheese and ham shop, 86, King-street 
Richard, M. umbrella maker, 31, Candleriggs 
Richardson, G. bleacher, Tradeston 
Richardson, E. manufacturer, 28, Glassford-street; 
house, 5, Clyde buildings 

Richardson, James, Royal Bank ; ho. 220, George-str, 

Richardson, T. land-surveyor and planner, head of 
Back wynd 

Richardson, B. writer, 50, Argyll-street 

Richmond, A. commission warehouse, Post-office court, 
141, Trongate 

Riddoch, David, grocer, 195, George-street 

Riddell, Dr. John, 36, Dunlop-street 

Riddell, Daniel, victualler, 372, Gallowgate 

Riddell, W. merchant, 59, Queen-street 

Riddell, John, dyer, 8, Shuttle-street 

Rigg, Isaac, victualler, 87, Candleriggs 

Risk, James & Son, manufacturers, 6, Montrose-street 

Risk, Robert, grocer, 63, Broomielaw 

Risk, Robert, manufacturer, 26, Bell-street 

Risk, Moses, spirit-dealer, 41 , High-street 



KIT 133 ROB 

, KitcMe, J. & Son, merchants, close by Smitbfield 
Ritchie, James & Co. spirit-dealers, 109, Bridgegate 
Ritchie, John, Trades' house chaplain, Trades* hall ; 
house, York-street 

* Ritchie, A. and J. manufacturers, 11, Hutcheson-str. 
Ritchie, Thomas, hair-dresser, 57, Argyll-street 
Ritchie, John, spirit-dealer, 88, New wynd 
Ritchie, James, do. 50, Main-street, Gorbals 

Robb, Andrew, grocer, Anderston 
Rbbb & M^Callura, writers, Melville place 
Robb, James, grocer, 78, Saltmarket 
Robb, James, grocer, 397, Gallowgate 
Robb, James, jun.. grocer, 22, Bell-street 
Robb, Wm. wheelwright, 1 33, High-street 

'^ Roberton, John, teacher of music, 49, Trongate 
Roberton, J. & W. merchants, 33, Virgiaia -street 
Roberton, Js. & Co. iron & brass-founders, Gorbals 
Roberton, James, engineer, Tradeston 
Roberton, John, do, do. 

*" Roberton, Smith & Co. manufacturers, 93, Trongate 
Roberton, R. D^ mercht-tailor, 636, Argyll-street 
Robertson, Audrey/, grocer, 427, Duke-street 
Robertson, Andrew, grocer, 152, Saltmarket 
Robertson, J. M. and Co. Smithfield, Broomielaw 
Robertson, Buchan & Jo. manufrs. Commercial court 
Robertson, Christopher, grocer, Alston-street 
Robertson, D. hair-dresser, 105, George-street 

jV Robertson, David, vintner, 124, Trongate 
Robertson, George, rag cellar, 3f , Stockwell 
Robertson, Geo. at Dalmarnock dye-work Co.'s; house^ 

Great Hamilton- street, Calton 
Robertson, J. auctioneer; house, Cowcaddens toll 
Robertson, J. spirit-dealer, 317, Gallowgate 
Robertson, J. Tron church beadle, 34, Trongate 



ROB 1S4 ROB 

Robertson, J. shoemaker, 63, Gallowgate 
KobertsoP; J. and A. raanufrs. T2, Brunswick-street 
Robertson, James, tea-dealer, 154, Stockwell 
Robertson, James, merchant & manufacturer; house^ 

Geor^re's square 
Robertson, James, D. hosier and merchant, 51, Bell-str. 
R/)bert.^on, J. stabler, f^SO, GailcfAraate 
Robertson, James, rope-spiriner, Barrack-street 
Robertson, James, clothes broker, tiT, Bridgegate 
Robertson, James, grocer, 75, Stockwell 
Robertson, James t< Co. iron and nail merchants, 

Melville-place 
Robertson, John, commercial tavern, 175, Trongate ' 
Robertson, John, manufacturer, 46, Glassford-street 
Robertson, John, engineer, 18, York-street 
Robertson, John, grocer, King-street, Caltoa 
Robertson &. Jeffrey, spirit-cellars, Melville-place 
Robertson, John, rope-spinner, Campbell-street 
Robertson, John, timber merchant, Anderston walk 
Robertson, John, grocer, 17S, Main- street, Gorbals 
Robertson, Dr. John, 99; house, 106, Trongate 
Robertson, John & Co. grocers, 78, Candleriggs 
Robertson, Mrs, John, lodging, 29, Dunlop-street 
Robertson, Mrs. P. vintner, 7, Clyde terrace 
Robertson, M. & Co. cotton-spinners, PortDundas 
Robertson & More, ironmongers, 427, Gdlowgate 
Robertson, Mrs. midwife, Spoutmoth 
Robertsonv Misses, milliners, Melville place 
Robertson, R. grocer, 13, Jamaica-street 
Robertson & Menzies, sawyers, Howard-street 
Robertson, Robt spirit-dealer, 16, Jamaica-street 
Robertson, R. watchmaker, 86, Argyll-street 
Robertson, Robert, grocer, 103, do. 
Robertson, Robt. ]un. spirit-dealer, 114, Stockwell 



ROB 1S5 ROS 

Eobertson, Robt. & Co. coopers, foot of Dunlop-street 
Robertson & Wigham, manufrs. South Hanover-street 
Robertson, W- & R. & Sons, timber merchants, An- 

derston Walk 
Robertson, William, writer, 636, Argyll-streel 
Robertson, Wm. grocer, Cowcaddens 
Robertson, Wm. shoemaker, 60, Prince's street 
Robertson, William, joiner, Bath-street 
Robertson, Wm. surgeon. Kirk-street, Calton 
Robinson, John & Co. agents, 32, Glassford -street 
Rodger, James, merchant, 64, Wilson-street 
f Rodger, Thomas, do. 46, Brunswick-street 
Rodger, James, spirit-dealer, 8, Kirk-street 
Rodger, Wm. tin^ser-merch. head of Buchanan-street 
Rogers & Lowe, dancing academy. Assembly rooms 
Ronald, J. threadmaker, at W. & A. Cooper & Co.'s 
Ronald, Basil, lodging Belvue, Hangingshaw 
"^^Ronald, Robt. M. writer, 136, Trongate 
Ronald, John, yarn merchant, 58, Wilson-street 
Ronald, John, spirit-dealer, 158, Trongate 
^Ronald, John, baker, " 73, do. 

Rovison, Wm. tea and spirit-dealer, Spoutmouth 
Rose, W^m. Commercial co.; house, 30, Richmond-str. 
Rose, Hugh, victualler, 35, Gallowgate 
Rose, D. Smithfield, Broomielaw 
Ross, D. grocer, 309, Gallowgate 
\Ross, Alexander, clothier, 104, Trongate 
Ross, Alex, tailor, 73, Saltmarket 
Ross, John, wigmaker, 55, Argyll-street 
Ross, John, spirit dealer, 56^ High-street 
Ross, Carfrae & <^o. 12, South Albion-street 
Ross, Hugh, spirit-dealer, 17, Shuttle-street 
Ross, Hugh, grocer, Crown-street 
Ross, Hugh, slater, Trafalgar-place, BroomielaTr 



ROS 136 RUS 

Ress & Brown, agents, 50, East Albion-street 

Ross, Robert, confectioner, 65, Saltmarket 

Ross, Robert, spirit-cellars, 28, Argyll-street 

Reutledge, Rev. Dr. Wm. lodging, 1 1 George-square 

Rowand, Michael, ship bank ; house, 69, Jamaica-str, 

Rowan, Alexander, baker, 32, John-street 

Rowan, A. smith, ID, Duke-street 

Rowan, William,, grocer, Kirk-street, Calton 

Rowan, Js. cartwright & spirit-dealer, 71, Stockwell 

Rowan, Thomas, writer, 175, Trongate 

Roy, Adam, spirit-dealer, 264, High- street 

Roy, Leslie & Co. West Albion-street 

Rowley, Josiab, glass & chinaman, 16, Wilson-street 

Roxburgh, John, & Co. tanners, Spoutmouth 

Roxburgh, , leather merchant, Grahamston 

Rule, Thomas, agent, 621, Argyll-street 

Russel & M'xlrthur, paper-warehouse, 75, Bell-street 

Russel, Wm. candlemaker, 50, King-street 

Russel, Wm. barber, 3, Bell-street 

Russel, Robert, spirit-dealer, 2, Castle-street 

Russel, Robert, grocer, 74, High -street 

Russel, Robert, do. 86, do. 

Russel, James, do. 60, do. 

Russell, Walter, & Co. manufacturers, 302, do. 

Russel, Mrs. midwife, Double Dykes, Calton 

Russel, Mrs. glue-maker, 37, Bridgegate 

Russel, Wm. ale &. porter-cellars, 60, Glassford-street 

Russel, Alexander, messenger, 26, East Albion-street 

^^Russel, Mrs. James, vintner, 22, Trongate 

~'^Russell, Alex, tailor, 9, do. 

Russel, Thomas, plasterer, 47, .Maxwell-street 
Russel, Alexander, shoe shop, 169, Saltmarket 
Russell, Mrs. midwife, 56, Bridgegate 
Russel, Mrs. spirit cellars, 159, Saltmarket 



RUS 137 SCH 

Russell, John, manufacturer, 6, Bell -street 
Russel, John, merchant, 44-2, Gallowgate 
Russel, Charles, slater, 356, do. 
Russel, John, smith, Cowcaddens 
Russel, Wm. & Co. merchants, 44, St. Andrew-square 
Russel, Alexander, slater and vintner, 19, Trongate 
Russel, David, joiner, 25, Miller-street 
Russel, David, smith, 55, Jamaica-street 
Russel, James, jun. grocer, 45, High-street 
Russel, James, grocer, 76, Hospital-street 
Rutherford, James, joiner, Clyde-street, Anderston 
Rutherford, Samuel, manufacturer, 11, Bell-street 
Rutherford, Adam, builder, Hospital-str. Hutch.-town 
Rutherford, George & Co. 24, Stirling-street 
Rutherford, George, house. High Montrose-street 
Rutherford, Geo. jun. 83, Hospital-str. Hutch.-town 
Ryburn, John, merch. at Leitch & Smith's ; house, 29, 

Buchanan-street 

S 
Salmond, G. writer, 23, Brunswick place 
Salmond, Peter & Co. paint shop, 140, Stockwell 
Salmond, John, heddle-maker,.42, Bell-street; works, 

St. Mungo's lane 
Sand and Co. grocers, 29, John-street 
Sanders, Thomas, shoemaker, 173,. Gallowgate 
Sanders, S. accountant, 15, Candleriggs 
Sanderson, John, writing-master, 6, Virginia-street; 

house, 2, Windsor-place, Sauchiehall 
Sawers, Robert, spirit-dealer, 339, Gallowgate 
Scales, John, writer, 79, Stirling-street 
Scales, John, haberdasher, 119, Trongate 
Sclanders, Aridrew, baker, Grahamston, north side 
Scheviz, George, mercht. at Campbell, Rivers & Co»; 

lodging, 9, Queen-street 

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SCO IS8 SCO 

Scotland, James, vintner, 60, Gallowgate 
Scot, Robert, merchant, Thistle Bank 
Scot, James, B. writer, 169, Trongate 
Scotch Patent Cooperage Company, Port Dundas 
Scott, A. & J. & Co. timber-merchts. Clyde-street 
Scott, Js. & Allan, trunk-maks. & joiners, 8, S. Albion-st. 
Scott, Charles, shoemaker, 34f, Prince's street 
Scott, Robert, baker, 24, Argyll-street 
Scott, Wm. & Co. merchants, 76, Hutcheson-street 
Scott, Rev. Andrew, lodging, S13, Gallowgate 
Scott, Wm. leather-merchant, 27, St. Andrew-street 
Scott, Francis, fruit warehouse, 1, Candleriggs 
Scott, J. & R. manufacturers, head of Miller-street 
Scott, James, manufacturer, 36, Candleriggs 
^ Scott, Wm. tobacconist, 179, High-street 
Scott, Allan, Morison's court, Argyll-street 
Scott, William, late tobacconist, 256, High-street 
Scott, William, cooper, 40, Candleriggs 
Scott, Robt. architectural academy, 2, Argyll-street 
Scott, John, tile-maker, east from the Barracks 
Scott, Wm. & Co. manufacturers, 1, Ingram-str. 
Scott and Balmanno, merchants, 14, Stirling square 
Scott, Robt. and Co. merchants, 27, St. Andrew's str. 
Scott, John, farrier, 54, Stockwell 
Scott, John, joiner, house, 4, Paterson-street 
Scott, James & Co. cloth-shop, 172, Trongate 
Scott, David, print-cutter, 22, do. 

Scott, Bryson, & Co. hat-manufacturers, 149, do. 
Scott, John, tea and spirit-dealer, Kirk-street, Calton 
Scott, Arthur, porter, at Wm. Harley and Co.'s 

Scott, 5 surgeon-dentist, 6, Miller-street 

Scott, Mrs. furnished lodgings, 59, Glassford-street 
Scott, William, merchant; lodging, George's place 
Scott, James, baker, 33, John-street 



SCO 139 SHA 

Scott, Thomas, baker, 15, Clyde terrace 
Scott, George and Son, cartwrigbts, 45, Jamaica-street 
Scouller, John, manufacturer, 27, John-street 
ScouUer, Thomas, spirit-dealer, 96, King-street 
Scouller, Charles, do. 38, do. 

Scouller, George, do. 2, New wynd 

Scouller, John, baker, 32, Bridgegate 
Scouller, John, baker, 2, Kent-street 
Scouller^ John, writer, 19, Prince's street 
Scruton, John, surgeon, 611, Argyll-street 
Scrymgeour, James, watchmaker, 90, Glassford-stree^ 
Sellars,. Andrew, boot and shoe shop, 161, Saltmarket 
Semple, James, spirit-dealer, St. Mungo's lane 
Semple, William,* stabler, 191, High-street 
Semple and Murison, Clyde Brewery, Adelphi-street 
Senior, Joshua and Son, wholesale Manchester ware- 
house, 34, Brunswick-street; lodging, Sandyford 
' Seyer, Nicholas, French teacher, 22, Trongate 
Shaddon, John, merchant, corner of S. Hanover-street 
Shand, W. & A. manufacturers, 7, S. Frederick-street 
Shanks, Robert, turner, 19, College-street 
Shanks, Samuel, cloth-shop, 24, Trongate 
Shanks, Thomas, muslin-singer, 22, North Albion-str. 
Sharpe, James, tailor, Fost Office court, Trongate 
Sharpe, Robert, grocer, 53, Gallowgate 
Sharpe, James, spirit-dealer, 58, Bridgegate 
Sharp, James, drysalter, Hoodie's, court, Argyll-str.; 

house, 2, Queen-street 
Sharpe, W. & J. & Co. cotton and yarn-merchants 52, 

Glassford-street 
Sharpe, Thomas, P. do. house, 339, Gallowgate 
Sharpe, John, F. do. house, 192, George*str. 

Shaw, William, timber merchant, Broomielaw 
Shaw, James & David, '28, King-street 
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SHA 140 JSHO 

Shaw, Peter,' grocer, foot of Duke-street 

Shaw, Matthew, thread-maker, 25, St. Andrew-street 

Shaw, James, grocer and spirit-dealer, 197, George-str. 

Shaw, John, shuttle-maker, Green-street, Calton 

Shaw, Robert, grocer, Clyde-street, do. 

Shaw, Robert, flour merchant, 175, Trongate 

Shaw, Robert, cartwright, 291, Gallowgate 

Schaw, Robb & Co. drysalt. & gen. agts. 6, Queen-str. 

Shearer, Mrs. J. grocer, 64, Stockwell 

Shearer, John, wool and worsted shop, 102, King-str, 

Shearer, Benjamin, joiner, Balmanno-street 

Shearer, James, boot and shoemaker, Mitchell-street 

Shedden, Thomas, silk dyer, head of Albion-street ; 

house, 94, George-street 
Shedden, John & Co. agents, 41, East Albion-street 
Shedden, John, manufacturer, 37, Bell-street 
Shepherd, John & Co. architects and agents for heri- 
table property, 636, Argyll-street 
Shepherd, James, manufacturer, 26, Bell-street 
Shepherd, John, dyer, Cheapside, Anderston 
Sheriff, Rob. calenderer, 3, Montrose-str.; ho. York-str. 
Shiels, Robert & Son, tobacconists, 145, Saltmarket 
Shiels, Thos. & Co. calico-printers, 7, S. Frederick- str. 
Shiels, Thos. lodging, 4, St. Enoch's square 
Sheils, John, grocer, 311, Gallowgate 
Shirra, Robt. & Co. calenderers, 23, St. Andrew's str. 
Shirra, William, merchant, Sidney court 
Shirra, Mrs. John, grocer, 8, North Frederick-street 
Shirra, Thomas, grocer, 224, Gallowgate 
Shirley, William, ironmonger, 111, Trongate 
Shotts New Iron Co. orders for them received at Bogle, 

Christie & Co.'s, 60, Hutcheson-street 
Short, Mrs. pipe-manufac. Ayton-court, Old Vennal 
Shortridge, Geo. Y. drysalter, 39, Miller-street 



SHO 141 SMA 

Shortridge, W, merchant; lodg. 4, South Hanov.-street 
Silver & Rae, painters, 621 , Argyll-street 
Sillo, Joseph, carver and gilder, 19, Saltmarket 
Siddell, Alex, grocer, 215, High-street 
' Sim, Mrs. grocer, 94, do. 

Sim, David, merchant, Melville place ; house, above 
Sim, G. tallow chandler, 303, High-street 
Simpson, James, manufacturer, 8, S. Frederick-street 
Simpson, Robert, grocer, 5, Stockwell 
Simpson, William, manufacturer, 9, S. Frederick-str- 

house, Greenhead 
Simson, Andrew, writer, town clerks' chambers 
Simson, John, tap-room. Tontine closs 
Simsone, J. & R. joiners, 12, Charlotte-street 
Sinclair, John, reed-maker, 291, High-street 
Sinclair, J. & J. booksellers, 85, do. 
Sinclair, John, farrier, 146, Stockwell 
Sinclair, A. horse-setter and vintner, Moodie's court 
Sinclair, John, shoemaker, 55, Prince's street 
Sinclair, John, muslin and linen shop, 70, Bell-street 
Sinclair, Hugh, marble paper mak. head of Back wynd 
Sinclair, Dav. machine-maker, 39, Spoutmouth 
Sinclair, J. grocer, 115, Argyll-street 
Sinclair, Mrs. house, 63, Jamaica-street 
Sinclair, Archibald, farrier, Campbell-street 
Sinclair, George, writer, 307, High-street 
Sinclair, Dn. timber-yard, 286, Gallowgate 
Skinner, William, leather-cutter, 31, Prince's street 
Slater, J. stoneware & china-shop, 83 & 84, Candleriggs 
Slater, John, tea mercht. 67 ; house, 65, Wilson^street 
Sloan, James & Co. merchants, 12, do. 

Sloan, Robert, shoe shop, 1, Maxwell-street 
Sloan, John, shoemaker, 52, Prince's street 
Small, John, joiner, 65, High street . 
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SMA 142 SMi 

Smallcom, William, townbelJman, 19, Gallowgate 

Smart, Thomas, grocer, 164<, Stockwell 

b'mart, William, vintner and stabler, Blackfriars' wynd 

Smeal, John, machine-mak. M'Kechnie-street, Calton 

"Snieal, William, tea dealer, 86, Gallowgate 

Smellie, J. & E. haberdashers, 458, do. 

Smellie, Geo. & Co. Manchester wareho. 11, Candler, 

Smellie, George, house, Woodside, new road 

Smellie & Storrie, drysalters, 22, Argyll-street 

Smith, , engraver, 43, Prince's street 

Smith, Alex, umbrella-maker, Antigua place 
Smith, Adam, merchant, 33, Candleriggs 
Smith & Graham, agents, 10, Garthland-street 
Smith, Alexander, shoe shop, 170, Saltmarket 
Smith, Andrew, inkle and muslin manufacturer, H; 

Stirling-street 
Smith, Andrew, painter, 23^ Glassford street 
Smith, Arch, of Jordan-hill, 119, George-street 
Smith, Andrew, 26, Bell-street 
Smith & Brown, cotton-brokers, Moodie's court 
Smith D. & Co. hatters, 43, Gallowgate 
Smith, David, boot and shoe shop, 157, Saltmarket 
Smith, David, shoe shop, 176, do. 

Smith, David, land-surveyor, above 77, Trongate 
Smith, David, chamber officer, 26, Saltmarket 
Smith, David, hair-cloth manufacturer, Craignestock 
Smith, David, soda-works, Camlachie 
Smith & Elder, smiths, 268, High-street 
Smith, George, & Son, shoe shop, 9, Hutcheson-street 
Smith, George, bookseller, 18, >altmarket 
Smith, Hugh, merchant, at M'Bean, Smith & Co.'s; 

house, Great Hamilton-street 
Smith & Hunter, manufacs. Smith's court, Candleriggg 
Smith, Hutcheson, & Co. linen-xvareho. 37, Miller-str. 



SMI 143 SMI 

Smith, J. watch and clock-mak«r, above 75, Trongate 
Smith, J. & Son, booksellers and stationers; Glasgow 

circulatiiig library and reading-room, 85, Hutch.-st. 
Smith, W. & A. warehousemen, 21, High-street 
Smith, James, of Craigend, merchant, 119, George-st. 
Smith, Js. younger of Jordan Hill, 119, George-street 
. Smith, James, shoe shop, 3, Trongate, 
Smith, James, victualler. King-street, Calton 
Smith, James, jun. manufacturer, Commercial court 
Smith, James, manufacturer, 29, Stirling-street 
Smith, John, merchant, house, 14, Carlton-place 
Smith, John, spirit-dealer, 100, Bridgegate 
Smith, John, smith, 1 1 , Frederick-lane 
Smith, John, vintner, 354", Gallowgate 
Smith, John, stocking-shop, 5 and 6, High-street; 

house, Garngad hill 
Smith, John, grocer and spirit- dealer, Adelphi-street 
Smith, John, tailor, 121, Saltmarket 
Smith, John, joiner, 47, John- street, 
Smith, James, cork-cutter, 74, Trongate 
Smith, Miss, milliner, 3, Argyll-street 
Smith, Mrs. artificial flower-makei', 46, Saltmarket 
Smith, M. tea and coffee dealer, 17, Charlotte-street 
Smith, Neil, flax and yarn warehouse, 22, High-street 
Smith, P. flax and yarn warehouse, 76, Stirling-street 
Smith, P. clerk of customs; house, Sauchiehall road 
Smith, Peter, messenger, 268, High-street 
Smith, Patrick, writer, 21, Glassford-street 
Smith, Robert, manufacturer. Smith's court, Candler, 
Smith, Robert, yarn-merchant, 33, Candleriggs 
Smith, Robert, cork-cutter, 85, Stirling-street 
Smith, Stewart, house, West George street 
Smith, R. & J. spirit-cellars, 32, High-street 
Smith, Thos. and Co, saddlers, 4, Argyll-street 



SMI U4 SPll 

Smith, Thos. merchant, house, 13, George's square 
Smith, Thos. wine and spirit-cellar, 14, Market- street 
Smith and Wardlaw, agents, omith's court, Candler. 
Smith, Wm. and Co. grocers, 180, Trongate 
Smith, Wm. and Co.yarn-yarehouse, 29, Argyll-street 
Smith, Wm. shoe shop, 177, Saltmarket ^ 
Smith, Wm. writer, 3r64, Trongate 
Smith, Mrs. Wm. spirit-dealer, 62, Stockwell 
Smith, Wm. vintner, 18, Broomielaw 
Smith, W. and Sons, rope-makers, Craignestock 
Snell, Wm. manufacturer, 59, Candleriggs 
Sommers, Mrs. lets lodgings, 40, Hutcheson-street 
Sommerville, George, bookbinder, 169, Trongate 
Sommerville, John, hat shop, 4, Saltmarket 
Sommerville, John and Sons, manufacs. 28, St. A. sq, 
Sommerville, Thos. agent, 30, Brunswick place 
Sorley, John, ironmonger, 2, Saltmarket 
Sorley and M*Callum, do. 437, Gallowgate 
Spalding, John, at John-street sugar-house 
Spears, Rob. merch. & insurance office, Post Office c©. 
Speirs, Brown & Co, stocking- wareho. 34, Virginia-str. 
Spence, Loudon, and Co. aquafortis-makers, 14, 

Hutcheson-street 
Spence, Henry, tobacconist, Park's land, 80, Stockw. 
Spence, John, merchant. Post Office court 
Spencer and Co. hardwaremen, 174, Saltmarket 
Spencer, Wm. hardwareman, 172, Saltmarket 
Spittal, James, grocer, 263, High-street 
Spowart, And. baker. Kirk-street, Calton 
Spreuli, Js. city chamberlain, council chambers 
SpreuU, John, do. at do. 

Spreuli, A. lint shop, 12, High-street 
Sproull, Matthew, tea-dealer, 103, Saltmarket 
SprouU ^nd Campbell, spirit-dealers, 16, St. A. lane 



STA 145 STE 

V. ^Stamp office, Post Office court, 141, Trongate 
; Staines, H. B. merchant, at J. Hamilton & Son's; ho.. 
Sauchiehall road 
Stark, Mrs. midwife, Old Post Office court 
Stark, R. & Co. victuallers, 30, Bell-street 
Stark, Malcom, grocer, 113, High-street 
Stark, Thomas, yarn-shop, 44, High-street 
Stark, ¥7m. baker, 1, Kirk-street, Townhead 
Steel, John, manufacturer, 82, Stirling-street 
Steel, John & Son, boot and shoe shop, 64, Trongate 
Steel, William, cloth-merchant, 12, do. 

Steel, Gavin, manufacturer, 107, Nelson-street 
Steel, Mrs. Wm. victualler, 181, Main-street, Gorbals 
Steel, James, wheel wright & cooper, Anderston-walk 
Steel, Wm. umbrella-maker, 196, High-street 
Steel, Rob. joiner, &c. Crown-street, Hutchesontown 
Steel, Matthew, woollen draper, 453, Gallowgate 
Steel, Dr. James, drug shop, 83, Gallowgate 
I SteeF, G. $c W. rum and porter cellars, 396, do. 
Steel, James, victualler. 45, King-street 
Steel, James, spirit-dealer, 79, Gallowgate 
Steell, George, writer, 83, Hutcheson-street 
Steell, James, bookseller, 12, Saltmarket 
Steell, Jas, and Co. commission-merchants, 44, Bell-st. 
Stenhouse, Jn. and Co. calico-printers, 302, High-str. 
Stenhouse & Nimmo, surgeons, 20, Glassford-street 
Stenhouse, John, surgeon; house, 21, do. 
Stephen, A. haberdasher, 53, Trongate 
Stephen, Charles, turner, 6^2, Bridgegate 
Stephen, Robert, dyer, 1, Buchanan-street 
Stephen, William, tailor, 175, Trongate 
Stephen, Alex, provision shop, 54, Bell-street 
Stephenson, And. manufacturer. North Albion-street; 
house, Parson's Green, Townhead 



STE 146 STE 

Stephenson, George, spirit-dealer, 58, Back wynd 
Steven, James, music shop, 35, Wilson-street 
Steven & Frazer, booksel. & stationers, 14*0, Trongale 
Steven, John, surgeon, 31, High-street 
Steven, William, comb-maker, 39, Bell-street 
Steven, William, manufacturer, 6, do. 
Steven and Pettigrew, rope-makers, 270, Gallowgate 
Stevenson, John, and Co. dyers, Govan Croft, order* 

left atD. Niven and Co.'s, 139, Trongate 
Stevenson, Nathaiiiel, writer, 63, Candieriggs 
Stevenson, Nathaniel, merchant, 63, do. 
Stevenson's English academy, ^3, King-street 
Stevenson,^ Robert, ham shop, 34-, do; 
Stevenson, Hew, 57, Brunswick-street 
Stevenson, Robert, spirit-dealer, 373, Gallowgate 
Stevenson, Robert, slater, 56, Saltmarket 
Stevenson, W. lodging, 6, Clyde-buildings 
Stevenson, Wm. spirit-dealer, 7, Adelphi-street 
Stevenson, John, spirit-dealer; Charlotte-lane 
Stevenson, Alex, manufacturer, 20, St. And. square 
Stevenson, Andrew, oyster-house, 136, Trongate 
Stevenson, Thomas, clerk, stamp office, 141, do. 
Stevenson, Adam, writing master, 8, Nelson-street 
Stevenson and Eason, muslin manufacs. 141, Trongate 
Stevenson & Dale, glass, china, and Wedgewood ware- 
house, 107, Trong. ; works, Cobridge, Staffordshire 
Stevenson, M. grocer, foot of Brown-street 
Stevenson, J. spirit- dealer, 20, Argyll-street 
Stevenson, J. spirit dealer. Maxwell-street 
Stevenson, James, grocer, 139, Main-street, Gorbals 
Stewart, A. leather cutter, Laigh kirk close 
Stewart, A. tailor, 29, Prince's street 
Stewart, Alex. jun. grocer, 226, High-street 
Stewart, Alex, grocer, 110, Saltmarket 



STE U7 STE 

Stewart, Alex, tailor, 107, Saltmarket 

Stewart, Arch. do. 39, do. 

Stewart, A. & R, yarn warehouse, 14, Wilson-street 

Stewart, Andrew, clothes broker, 163, Bridgegate _ , 

Stewart, Andrew, grocer, 83, Havannah-street 

Stewart, Andrew, spirit-dealer, 34, Bell-street 

Stewart, Charles, do. 127, Saltmarket 

Stewart, Chas. D. writer, Antigua place 

Stewart & Campbell, reedmakers, Greyfriars' wynd 

Stewart & Co. tobacconists, 244, High-street 

Stewart, Charles, hosier, 429, Duke-street 

Stewart, D. painter, 84, Hutch, str.; ho. Tontine closs 

Stiewart, D. & D. manufacturers, 37, Bell-street 

Stewart, Daniel, joiner, 297, High-street 

Stewart, David, carrier to Perth, Dundee, &c. Albion 

place, North Albion-street 
Stewart, Duncan, spirit-dealer, 54, Saltmarket 
Stewart, Duncan, do. 45, Bridgegate 

Stewart, J. eating-house, 75, Argyll-street 
Stewart, James, merchant, at J. Finlay & Co,'s 
Stewart, James, grocer, 222, High-street 
Stewart, Jamos, spirit-dealer, 114, do. 
Stewart, Rev. James, Anderston 
Stewart, James, merchant, 190, Trongate 
Stewart, James, grocer, 326, Gallowgate 
Stewart, James, slater, 73, Gallowgate 
Stewart, James, Prince of Wales Tavern, 33, Bruns.-st, ^ 
Stewart, James, spirit-dealer, 23, Back wynd 
Stewart, James, agent. Post office court 
Stewart, John, flesher, 222, George-itreet 
Stewart, James, ferrier, 115, Argyll-street 
Stewart, John, tailor, 117, Saltmarket 

Stewart, John, grocer, New-street, Calton 

Stewart, John, spirit-dealer, 70, Bridgegate 



STE 14$ STI 

Stewart, John, sheriff and commissary bar officer, 11, 

St. Andrew's lane 
Stewart, John, spirit-dealer, 19, Market lane 
Stewart, John, writer, 4«3, Trongate 
Stewart, John, ironmonger, at J. Martin, sen. & Co.'s 
Stewart, John, ironmonger, 95, Glassford-street 
Stewart, M. & Co. milliners, 24, Adelphi-street 
Stewart, N. ironmonger, 6, Saltmarket 
Stewart, J. & J. spirit-dealers, 136, Saltmarket 
Stewart, Robt. & Co. at J. & T. Tassie's, 45, Candler. 
Stewart, Robt. coal-agent, 69, Broomielaw 
Stewart, Thomas, 19, North Albion-street 
Stewart, Wm. & Co. commiss. merchts. 26, Bell-street 
Stewart & Strang, spirit-cellars, 17, St. And. lane 
Stewart, Thos. merchant, Glasgow Field, Townhead 
Stewart, Thos. daily carrier to and from Edinburgh, 

Albion place, N. Albion-street 
Stewart, W. & Co. brewers, Haghill 
Stewart, W. tailor, 72, Trongate 
Stewart, Wm. lodging, 7, Clyde-buildings 
Stewart, Wm. smith and spirit-dealer, 290, Gallowgate 
Stewart, Wm. tailor, 23, King-street 
Stewart, Wm. smith and farrier, Howard-street 
Stewart, Wm. Edinburgh and Leith daily carrier, 40, 

King- street 
Stewart, Wm. & Co. 26, Bell-street 
Stirling, Gordon & Co. merchants, 18, Miller-street 
Stirling, Wm. & Sons, calico-printers, 25, Queen-street 
Stirling, Wm. merchant, do. 

Stirling, George, do. do. 

Stirling, J. surveyor, 458, Duke-street 
Stirling, Peter, commission merch. 70, Wilson-street 
Stirling's library, Hutcheson's Hospital, Ingram-street; 

J. Jamieson, Librarian 



STl 149 SUT 

Stirling, David, Royal Bank ; house, Wellington place 
Stirling, James, ironmonger, 22, Gallowgate 
Stirling, Robt. jun. manufacturer, 120, Saltmarket 
Stirling, James, tailor, 38, High-street 
Stirrat, Robert, cartwright, Cowcaddens 
Stirrat, Wm. do. Port Dundas 

Stirrat, Mrs. muslin shop, 66, Bell-street 
Stiven, Blair & Co. manufrs. above 36, St. And. sqr, 
Stodart, James, grocer, 241, High-street 
Stobo, Miss, teacher of knitting, 24, Ingram-street 
> Storrie, John, tobacconist, 21, King-street 
Storrie, Geo. clothes broker, 137, Bridgegate 
Storrie, James, painter, 35, Crown-street 
Strang, Wm. grocer, &c. Calton mouth 
Strang, Robt. writer, 31, E. Albion-street; house, 34, 

Kent-street 
Strang, Geo. wright and grocer, 62, Main-;Str. Gorbals 
Strang, Robert, session clerk, 17, St. Andrew's lane; 

house, 34, Kent-street 
Strang, William, jun. spirit-dealer. New-street, Calton 
Strang, John, & Co. wine & spirit-cellars, 137, Stockw. 
Strong, David, Tontine back buildings 
Struthers, Robert & Co. brewers, Greenhead 
Struthers, Alexander, do. Sandyford 
Struthers, John, merchant, at Smith & Wardlaw's 
Stuart, Arthur, & Co. calico-printers, 46, Hutch.-str. 
Stuart, John, house, 3, George's square 
Stuart & Wright, merchants, 43, Wilson-street 
Stuart, J. & J. tobacconists, 38, Gallowgate; succes- 
sors to David Black & Son 
Stuart, Wm. messenger, at Tayler & Gardner's 
Stubbs, J. S. merchant, 132, Trong.; house, 2 stairs Uf 
Sutherland, Thomas j druggist, 17, Argyll-street 
Sutherland, Alexander, basket-maker, 139, Saltraarkef^ 
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SUT 150 TAS 

Sutherland, B. clothes broker, 141, Saltmarket 
Sutherland, Mrs. biscuit shop, 91, Trongate 
Sun Fire and Life Insurance office, Melville place, do. 
Swanston, John, & Co. grocers, 126, Trongate 
Swanston, George, do. do. do. 

Swanston, George, spirit dealer, 4<35, Duke-str. 
Swan, James, card-maker, 33, Gallowgate 
Swan, Andrew, spirit dealer, 35, Bell-street 
Sweet, Thos. billet master. Turner's court 
Sweet, Geo. & Co. ale and porter cellars, 19, do. 
Sword James, merchant; house, Annfield 
Sword, Jas. jun. West-thorn coal office, 386, Gallowg. 
Sword, James, youngest, wine-merchant, Buchanan- 
court, 175, Trongate; house, Greenhead 
Sword, Robert, writer, 94", Hutcheson-street 
Sym, Mrs. Hugh, grocer, 94, High-street 
Sym, David, spirit-cellars, 305, do. 
Sym, Wm. clerk to Town's Hospital 
Sym, Thomas, upholsterer, 21, Candleriggs 
Sym, Geo. chandler and tobacconist, 26, Candleriggs 
Sym, J. mathematician and optician^ 236, High-street 
Sym, And. mercht. 24, Stirling-str, ; ho. 3, George sq. 
Syrae, John, cotton spinner, 19, Duke-street 
Syme, James, Scotch and Eng. wareho. 154, Trong. 

T 

Tait, Adam, Excise office ; ho. Adelphi-street 
Tait, Wm. printer, journal office, Lyceum court 
Tait, David, do. do. 

Tait, David, grocer. Kirk-street Calton 
Tait, James, & Co. merchants^ 190, Trongate 
Tait, James, jun. & Co. agents, 4, Montrose-str. 
Tannahill, Rob. merchant, house, 39, Gallowgate 
Tassie, Jas. & Thos. manufacturers, 46, Candlerigg* 



TAS 151 TAY 

Tassie, Walter, counting-house, Duke-street; orders 

left at J. & T. Tassie's 
Tassie, Walter, & Co. barm-cellar, Back wynd 
Tassie, John, cheese & ham merchant, 32, King-street 
Tayler, Js. writer, office, 44, Bell-street; house, 

Graham's buildings, George-street 
Tayler & Gardner, writers, 44, Bell-street 
Taylor, A. & Co. milliners, 1 1 9, Nelson-street 
Taylor, Alexander, grocer, 312, Galllowgate 
Taylor, Andrew, writing master, 2, Hutcheson-street 
Taylor, D. shoe shop, 10^, Gallowgate 
Taylor, Donald, merchant, 26, Virginia-street 
Taylor, Ebenezer, toyman, 16, Hutcheson-street 
Taylor, George & Co. candleshop, 9, Calton mouth 
Tayjor, Henry, baker, 45, John-street 
Taylor, J. turner and patent leg-maker, 37, Hutch.-st. 
Taylor, John, manufacturer, 51, Bell-street 
Taylor, John, grocer, 52, Gallow.; ho. Spring Bank 
Taylor, Jas. turner and musical inst, mak. 114, John-st. 
Taylor, Jos. music and toy shop, 18, Hutcheson-street 
Taylor, James, linen draper, I IV, Trongate * 
Taylor, James, stabler, Blackfriars' inn 
Taylor, James, grocer, 52, Gallowgate ' * 

Taylor, Matthew, writer, 21, Glassford-street 
Taylor, Robt. sen. grocer, 4, Brunswick place 
Taylor, Robt. baker, 56, Gallowgate 
Taylor, Robt. jun. grocer, 62, do. 
Taylor, Robt. druggist, S6, Bridgegate 
Taylor, Thomas, manufacturer, 29, Brunswick-street 
Taylor, Wm. merchant, 30, Charlotte-street 
Taylor, Wm. grocer, 52, Gallowgate 
Taylor, Rev. Dr. William, sen. Principal of the Uni^ 

versity. College court 
Taylor, Wm. confectioner, 21, Candleriggs 
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TAY .152 THO 

Taylor, Dr. William, jun. 142, Stockwell 
Taylor, Wm. clothes broker, 95, Bridgegate 
Taylor, William, grocer, King-street, Tradeston 
Telfer, James, upholsterer, 90, Saltmarket 
Telfer, Wra. boot and shoe shop, 33, Argyll^street 
Templeton, And. agent for Paisley Union Bank, 16; 

Ingram-street ; house, 14, George's square 
Templeton, Jas. watchmaker, 196, Main-str. Gorbab 
Templeton, John, haberdasher, 24, Nelson-street 
Tennent, David, tobacconist, 124, Gallowgate 
, Tennent, J. & Co. tobacconists, 76, Candleriggs 
Tennent, John & Robert, brewers, Drygate bridge 
Tennent, Robt. house, 156, George-street 
Tennent & Wood, merchants, Commercial court 
Tennent, John, jun. at Dunlop, Hamilton & Co.'s 
Tennent, John, grocer, 125, Gallowgate 
Tennent, Charles, & Co. merchants, St. Rollox ; office, 

56, Queen-street 
Tennent, And. & Co. merchants, 13, Ingram-street 
Tennent, John, grocer, 142, Stockwell 
Tennent, Hugh, merchant; house, 32, Richmond-str.- 
Tennent,^ Hugh, jun. brewer, Drygate bridge 
Thallon, R. smith, 81, Gallowgate 
Thallon, Robert, grocer, 370, do. 
Theatre, 27, Queen-street 

Thom, John, coal agent, Monkland Canal Basin 
Thorn, Wm. spirit- cellars, 47, Prince's street 
Thom, James, marble cutter, 55, Jamaica^street 
Thom, James, spirit-cellar, 393, Gallowgate 
Thom, Robert, victualler, 118, do. 

Thomas, Dav. stocking-manufacturer, 94, Candleriggs 
Thomas, John, coach work, John-street 
Thomson's, Geo. tavern, 76, King-street 
Thomson, Alexander, haberdasher, 78, Bell-street 



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THO 153 THO 

Thomson, Allan, vintner, 14, Gallowgate 
Thomson, And. merchant, 4, King-street 
x3^Thorason, And. do. 37, Brunswick place 
Thomson, And. music teacher, 6, Virginia-street 
Thomson, Arch, muslin manufacturer, 26, Bell-str. > 
Thomson, George, tea shop, 110, Trongate 
Thomson, George, vintner, 76, King-street 
Thomson, J. hosier, 1, High-street 
Thomson, J. stocking shop, 8, High-strret 
Thomson, James, at Jas. Finlay & Co.'s 
Thomson, Jas. cane bottom chair-maker, Graham sq. 
Thomson, James, 29, St. Andrew-street 
Thomson, James & Co. cloth'shop, 194, Trongate 
Thomson, James & Co. grocers, 47, Gallowgate 
Thomson, John, sen. manufacturer, 46, High-street 
Thomson, John, sen. reedmaker, 46, do. 
Thomson,' John, dyet, Campbell-street 
Thomson, John, tailor, 70, Stockwell ^ ' 

Thomson, John, butter and cheese shop, 71, King-str. 
Thomson, John, grocer, 26, High -street^ 
Thomson, John, plasterer. Thistle-street, Hutch, town 
Thomson, John, spirit-dealer, Back wynd 
Thomson, John, horse-dealer, Calton mouth 
Thomson, John, spirit-dealer, 462, Gallowgate 
Thompson, Joshua, at Welsh & Sons; ho. 243, High-str.' 
Thomson & Kerr, nierchants, 7, Brunswick place 
Thomson, Mrs. milliner, 77, Bell-street 
Thomson, Mrs. P. vintner, 50, do. 
Thomson, Mrs. housekeeper. Town's hospital 
Thomson, Peter, vintner, 346, Gallowgate 
Thomson & ScouUer, pewterers, 421, do| 
Thomson & Paterson, manufrs. 10, St. Andrew's sqr. 
Thomson, Hugh, turner, 85, Candleriggs 
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THO 154 TOD 

Thomson, Robert, spirit-dealer, 14-, Bridgegate 
Thomson, Rob. manuf. N. back buildings, .St. And. sq. 
Thomson, Robert & Son, 59, St. Andrew's square; 

cotton works, Adelphi place ' 
Thomson, Robert, merchant ; house, 8, Buchanan-str. 
Thomson, Robt. writer, office, town clerks' chambers; 

house, 14, North Hanover-street 
Thomson, Mrs. Robert, grocer, 59, Stockwell 
Thomson, Stubbs & Co. merchants, 131, Trongate 
Thomson, T. S. merchant, South Albion-street 
Thomson 8c Leslie, commission merchts. do. 
Thomson, Wm. baker, Govan-street, Hutchesontown 
Thomson, William, merchant, 127, Bridgegate 
Thomson, William, spirit-dealer, 63, High-street 
Thomson, Wm. muslin broker, 54, Glassford-streefc 
Thomson, Wm. grocer, 17, High street 
Thomson, Mrs. straw hat-maker, Old wynd 
Thomson, William, merchant, Ufiion place 
Thomson, Wm. & Co. joiners, Thistle-str. Hutch.-town 
Thomson, Rev. William, lodging, do. do. 

Thomson, Wm. mealman, 35, Adelphi-street 
Thorburn, A. shoe and leather shop, 166, Saltmarket 
-Thorburn, John, coach maker, Geo.-street coach work 
Thorburn, John & Co. grocers, 122, Bridgegate 
Thorburn, Archibald, spirit-dealer, 424, Gallowgate 
Xhorburn, George, 38, High John-street 
Thorburn, James, tea warehouse, 268, High-street 
Tillie, Andrew, grocer, 217, High-street 
Todd& Stevenson, cotton-spinners, Springfield; ware- 
house, 75, Brunswick-street 
Todd, Shortridge & Co. calico-printers, 5, S. Fred-str. 
Todd, Cornelius, merchant, 158, Trongate 
Todd, Robert, 17, St. Andrew's square 
Todd, James, spirit-dealer, 3^, High-street 



TOL 155 TUR 

Tolmie, Alex, brass-founder, &c. at J. & J.Dawson & Co.'s 
Tomlinson, Mrs. band box maker, 6, Jackson-street 
Torrance, James, spirit-dealer, 129, Gallowgate 
Torrance, James & Co. grocers, 112, Argyll-street 
Torri & Cossa, looking-glass-makers, 67, High-street 
Tosh, George & Co. calenderers, 59, Candleriggs 
Towart, Hugh, writer, 26, Bell-street; house, Great 

Hamilton-street 
Towart, John, baker, 82, Saltmarket 
Towers, J. surgeon, 36, Ingram-street 
Towers, James & Co. merchts. Commercial court 
Trades' Hall, Glassford- street 
Trades' mortcloth office, 46, High -street 
Trenor, Thomas, spirit-dealer, 11, Bridgegate 
Turcan, Mrs. grocer, 9, Stockwell 
Turnbull, John, writer, 13, St. Andrew lane 
Turnbull, A. & J, manufacturers,. 34, Trongate 
Turnbull, W. bookseller and stationer, 156, do. 
Turnbull, John, druggist, 66, do. 

Turnbull & Ramsay, linen printers' colour makers, 

16, St. Andrew-street 
Turnbull, Colin, jun. & Co, grocers, 101, Argyll-str. 
Turnbull, S. merchant, 26, Brunswick-street; house, 

35, North Frederick-street 
Turnbull, Rev. Wm. house,- Belgrove place 
Turnbull, John, manufacturer, 23, St. Andrew-street 
Turnbull, A. auctioneer, 92, Stockwell 
Turnbull, Js. at J. & R. Watson's, Post-office court 
Turnbull-, Mrs. spirit-dealer, 20, John-street 
Turner, Robert, pewterer, 41, Bridgegate 
Turner, Duncan, writer, Wallace court; house, 21, 

Glassford-street 
Turner, Duncan, coppersmith, 422, Gallowgate 
Turner, Archibaldj ironmonger, 8, Sajtmarket 



TUR 156 URE 

Turner, James, manufacturer, 11, Candleriggs 
"^ Turner, James, tobacconist, 275, High-street; house, 
Thrushgrove 
Turner, Mrs. muslin shop, 245, High-street 
Turner, Arch, writer, 184<, Trongate 
Turner, Alex, messenger, house and office, 43, Trongat'e 
Turner, Stewart, do. 4$, do. 

Turner, James, horse-setter, 364, Gallowgate 
Turpie, John, salt merchant and victualler, 159; house, 

141, Stock well 
Tweedie, Mrs. lodgings, 23, Hutcheson-street 
Tweedie, J. teacher, Little Dovehill 
Twaddle, Wm. spirit proof-maker, 449, Gallowgate 

U 
University printing office, Morrison's court, Argyll-str. 
Ure, Alex, pastry baker, 11, Hutcheson-street 
Ure, Alex, writer, 102, King-street. , 

Ure, Andrew & Co. spirit-dealers, 84, Stockwell ' 

Ure & M'Watt, spirit- dealers, 39, Govan-street 
Ure, George, haberdasher, 118, Trongate 
Ure, George, baker, 64, High-street 
Ure, Hugh, spirit-cellar, 402, Gallowgate 
Ure, Js. mercht. Neilson & Hunter's; ho. 125, John-str. 
Ure, James, spirit-dealer, 116, Bridgegate 
Ure, John, baker, 60, Stockwell 
Ure, John, jun. lodging, 52, Montrose- street 
Ure & Miller, merchants, 34, Trongate 
Ure, John & Son, merchant, 35, Candleriggs 
Ure, P. shoemaker and leather-cutter, Grahamsto* 
Ure, Robert, wig-maker, 44, Saltmarket 
Ure, Robert, at Wm. Forrest & Co.'s 
Ure, Walter, calenderer, 55, St. Andrew's square 
Ure, Wm, mathcmat. inst. maker, 15, Deanside lane 



URE 157 WAL 

Ure, Wm. tea warehouse, 29, Saltmarket 
Urie & M'Nair, manufacturers, 6, Montrose-stl'eet 
Urie, William, cooper, 19, Stockwell *- 

Urquhart, Buchanan & Co. yarn wareho. 63yBruns-str. 

V 
Vassie, T. shoemaker, 10, Stockwell 
Veitch, Mrs. Thomas, spirit-dealer, 60, Bridgegate 
Virtue, And. Great Canal track^boat office, 115, Tron. 
Virtue, Rob. & Co. Liverpool traders' office^ 115, do. 
Virtue, John, fruitman, 64, Gallowgate 

W 
Wade, W. M. English and French teacher, 22, Rich- 
mond-street 
Waddell, John, shoemaker, 99, Gallowgate 
Wadddl, R. & Son, cabinet-makers, &c. 142, Stockw. 
Waddell, R. Son & Co. upholsterers, 175, Trongate 
Waddell, John, pastry shop, St. Enoch's wynd 
V\7'addell, James, English seminary, 25, Miller-street 
Waddell, Alexander, mason, Hutchesontown 
Waddell, Mrs. straw-hat maker, above 75, Trongate 
Waddell, Wm. writer, 88, Hutcheson-street 
Waldeck, J. F. professor and teacher of painting, 23, 

Hutcheson-street 
Walker, A. tailor, 63, Saltmarket" 
Walker, Adam, grocer, 615, Argyll-street 
Walker, A.. smith, 173? Gallowgate 
Walker, Alex, and Co. smiths and farriers, 284-, do. 
Walker, Alex, spirit-dealer, 158, do. 

Walker, Andrew, coal-master, Gairbraid; orders left 

at 105, Trongate 
Walker, Charles, grocer, 50; house, 449, Gallowgate 
Walker, David, merchant, 87, Glassford-street 



WAL 15S WAL 

Walker, G. L. commission-mercht. 1, Ingram-street 
Walker, G.and W. stocking shop, 4-57, Gallowgate 
Walker, G. manufacturer, 169, Montrose-Btreet; house, 

47, North Hanover-street 
Walker, G. Spanish and French teach. 6, Turner's co. 
Walker, J. joiner, Thistle-street, Hutchesontown 
Walker, J. baker and vintner, 24-, High-street 
Walker, James, manufacturer, 26, Bell-street 
Walker, James, beadle, 621, Argyll-street 
Walker, James, slater, 124, High-street 
Walker, James, grocer. King-street, Tradeston 
Walker, John, manufacturer, Wallace court. Bell-street 
Walker, John, writer, 169, Trongate 
Walker, John, perfumer, 22, Glassford-street 
Walker, John, spirit-dealer, 105, Bridgegate 
Walker, Knox & Co. manufacturers, 23, St. And.-itr. 
Walker Mrs. midwife, 52, Virginia-street 
Walker, Misses, milliners, Post Office court 
Walker, Matthew, flesher, Mitchell-street 
Walker, Robert, hosier, 119, Bridgegate 
Walker, R. spirit-dealer, 117, do. 
Walker, Robert, stabler, 580, Argyll-street 
Walker & Robertson, warehousemen, 17, St. And. sq. 
Walker, Wm. manufacturer, 44, St. Andrew square 
Walker, Wm. hardware shop, 171, Saltmarket 
Walker, Wm. working painter, 11, Saltmarket 
Walker, Wm. grocer, Maxwell-street \ 

Walker, Wm. baker, 66, Saltmarket 
Walkinshaw, D. & Co. merchants, Brunswick-lane 
Walkinshaw, Barlas & Co. commission warehouse do. 
Walkinshaw, Robert, writer, house, 5, Carlton place 
Walkinshaws & Dow, writers, 15, Ingram-street, 

second door east from Hutcheson-street 
Walkinshaw, Thos. writer, 190, Trong.;ho. Whitevale 



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WAL 159 WAR 

Walkinshaw, James, manufacturer, 59, Nelson-street 
:%JVVallace, James, tobacconist, 94, Candleriggg 
Wallace, Miss, milliner, 57, High-street 
Wallace, John, teacher, 68, do. 
Wallace, J. & J. spirit-cellars, 384-, Gallowgate 
Wallace, Robert, writing-master, 64, Ingram-street; 

house, 3, George's square 
Wallace, Arch, merchant; house, 18, W. Geo. street 
Wallace, Robert, accomptant, 23, Hutcheson-street 
Wallace, Mrs. straw hat maker, 23, do. 
Wallace, Geo. joiner. Great Hamilton-sti«et 
Wallace, James, spirit-dealer, 84, High-street 
^Wallace and McMillan, quill-merchants, 22, Trongate 
Wallace and Veitch, manufacts. 6, St. Andrew's sqr. 
Wallace, Hamilton and Co. drysalters, 23, Queen-str. 
Wallace, John, house, 12, York-street 
Wallace, John & Jas. spirit- cellars, 384, Gallowgate 
Walrond, Theodore, merchant; house, 10, George sq. 
Warden, Joseph, frame-smith, Calton-mouth 
^Warden, Walkers & Hill, manufacs. 27, Hutch.-str. 
V/arden, Arch, merch. 61, Ingrara-str.; ho. Sauchiehall 
Wardens, milliners, 406, Gallowgate 
Wardlaw, Rev. Ralph, lodgmg, Provan-place, High 

Montrose-street 
Wardlaw, Wra. lodging, 17, North Hanover street 
Wardlaw, Walter, house, Richmond-street 
Wardlaw, Walter, commiss. wareho. 107, Nelson-str. 
Wardlaw, Gilbert, lodging, North Wellington place 
Wardrop, John, merchant, 41, North Fr^derick-str. 
Wardrop, Whyt & Co. do. Wallace-court, Bell-str. 
Wardrop, David, mercht.; house, W. St. Vincent-str. 
Wardrop, David, & Co. merchants, 39, Glassford-str. 
Wardrop, J. & H. coppersmiths, &c. 44, Argyll-str.; 
works, 58, Queen-street 



WAR 160 WAT 

Warnock, Robert, vintner, 55, Gallowgate 
Waterson, E. tobacconist, 193, Trongate 
Warren, Miss, straw-hat-maker, 42, Brunswick-place 
Warren, W. teacher of drawings 83, Trongate 
Warren, Mrs. piano forte teacher, do. do. 
Waters, Andrew, manufacturer, 27, Hutcheson-street 

'Waterston, , painter. Main-street, Gorbals 

Watkin, J. G. spirit- dealer, 5, College-sti^eet 
Watson, Adam, manufacturer, 29, Brunswick-street 
Watson, Andrew, shoemaker, 294, High-street 
Watson, George, surgeon, 49, King-street; house, 14, 

Adelphi-street 
Watson & Weir, surgeons, 49, King-street 
-Watson, Gilbert, banker, house, 32, Buchanan-street 
Watson, J. & R. bankers, Post-office court 
Watson, James, merchant, Post-office court; ho. 77, 

High-street 
Watson, James, manufacturer; house, 98, Rottenrow 
Watson, James, surgeon, 47, Argyll-street 
Watson, James, mealseller, 14, Stockwell 
V/atson, John, Commercial court 
Watson, John,, jun, manufacturer, 8, Garthland-street 
Watson, Rev. John, lodging, Garngad hill 
Watson, Joseph, stabler, 3, St. Andrew's lane 
Watson, Joseph, baker, 25, Adeiphi-street 
Watson, Matthew, cloth merchant, 27, Trongate 
Watson, Peter, & Co. merchants, 5, Buchanan-street 
Watson, Robert, provision-merch. 12, New wynd 
Watson, Robert, saddler, 96, Glassford-street 
Watson, Robert, house, 72, Hutcheson-gtreet 
/""Watson, Robert, cloth-merchant, 174, Trongate 
Watson, Robert, banker; house, 15, Buchanan-street 
Watson, Robert, agent, 15, John-street 
Watson, Thomas, auctioneer, 307, High-street 



WAT 161 WEI 

Watson, Wm. house, 32, Hutcheson-street 

Watson, W. & J. & Co. calico-printers, 36, Virgin.-st!'. 

Watson, W. writer, 13, Bruns.-place; ho. 1, Union-pla. 

Watson, Whi. grocer, 28, Crown-street 

Watson, William, grocer, he-ad of Drygate 

Watson, William, manufacturer, St. Andrew's square 

Watson, W. & R. manufacs. 29, St. Andrew's street 

Watson, Young, & Co. merchants, 12, Stirling's sqr. 

Watt, Barr, & Co. silk- warehousemen, 6, Candleriggs 

Watt, G. H. agent, 66, Wilson-street 

Watt, Dr. James, 83, Hutcheson-street 

Watt, J, & A. drawing academy, 9, Argyll-street 

Watt, James, architect, 9, Argyll-street 

Watt, J. mason & vintner, Cathcart-street, Cowcaddens 

Watt, Jn. chimney-sweeper, 15, Stockwell 

Watt, spirit-dealer, 80, Hutcheson-street 

Watt, Mrs. lodgings, 35, Glassford-street 

Watt, Dr. Robt. lodging, 54fj Queen-street 

Watt, Rob. joiner & cabinet maker, 20, Maxweil-str. 

Watt, Robert, slater, 33, Gallowgate 

Watt, — — agent; house, Sidney-court 

Watt, Thomas, tailor, 148, Saltnmrket 

Watt, Wm. Cranston-hill water-works, Robertson-str. 

Waterson, J. & Son, painters, 92, Stockwell 

Waterson & Son, painters, 194, Main-str. Gorbals 

Webster, John, agent, 62, Bell-street 

Weems, Mrs. candle-shop, 46, Adelphi-str, Hutchto. 

Welsh, Widow, & Sons, English carriers, Blackft-iars 

wynd 
Weir, John, wright, West-street, Tradeston 
Weir, John, architect, 5, Hamilton-row, Kent-street 
Weir, Mrs. Joseph, cork cutter, 605, Argyll-street 
Weir & Kennedy, stationers, 8, do. 

Weir,, John, teacher of music, 8, Garthland-street 
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WEI 162 WHI 

Weir, Miss, teacher of miisic, 8, Garthland-street 
Weir, John, jun, surgeon, 8, do. 

Weir, William, surgeon, 8, do. 

Weir, Matthew, hosier^ 158, Trongate 
Weir, Mrs. midwife, 104, New-wynd 
Welch, John, plane-maker, 81, Gallowgate 
West, John, joiner, Anderston 

W^est-thorn coal-office, 386, Gal. McGregor, agt. 

Westmuir coal-office, 69, Broomielaw; R. Stewart, agt. 
White, Alexander, & Co. upholsterers, 19, Trongate 
White, Arthur, merchant, 47, <jlassford-street 
White, Arthur, & Co. oil of vitriol makers, Napier's 

Hall; counting house, 4^7, Glassford-street 
White & Downie, soap and soda works, Melville-place 
White, John, Shawfield soda-works 
White, Js. & Son, upholsterers & cabinet-makers, 40, 

Queen-street 
White, James, upholsterer, 413, Gallowgate 
White, Js. & Co. merchants, 47, Virginia-street 
White & Johnston, victuallerjs, 376, Gallowgate 
White, Joshua, brush-maker, 15, Gallowgate 
White, Peter, beadle, Albion-co. Buchan-str. Gorbals 
White, R. & Co. linen-wareho. Albion-co. Albion-str. 
White, William, tobacco-pipe-maker. Great Dovehill 
White, William, dyer, foot of Saltmarket 
White, Wm. confectioner, 86, Hutcheson-street 
White, Stephen, organ-builder, 84, Clyde-street 
Whitford, Mrs. spirit-dealer, 28, Canon-street 
Whitehead, John, & Co. merchts. Antigua place 
Whiteside, J. spirit cellars. East Clyde-street 
Whitelaw, James, grocer, 70, Glassford-street 
Whitelaw, George, barm maker, Kirk-street, Gorbals 
Whitelaw, George, spirit dealer, 63, Broomielaw 
Whitelaw, James, leather-merchant, 19, Gallowgate 



WHI 163 WIL 

Whitson, William, agent, 14-, Canon-street 
Whyt, Andrew, merchant; house, Greenhead 
Whyte, Thos. & Son, cotton-brokers, 68, Glassford str. 
Whyte, And. writer, 102, Tron. corner of Glassf.-str. 
Whyte &Kerr, yarn merchants, 169, Trongate 
Whyte, James & Son, manufacturers, 29, Argyll-stneet 
Whyte, John and Co. manufrs. 72, Bell-street 
Whyte, John, grocer, 184<, Main-street, Gorbals 
Whyte, Js.-^nd Wm. yarn-merchts. 27; Wilson-str, 
Whytlaw, John, merchant, 113, Trongate 
Whytlaw, Robt. stabler, Blackfriars' wynd 
Whytock, M. and J. dress makers, Hamilton-street 
Whytock, Mrs. teacher of writing & accts. 59, Ing.-str. 
"Whytock, James, tobacconist, 218, High-street 
Wight and Taylor, joiners, Laurieston 
V/ight, Robt- la^ accomptant. Great Hamilton-street 
Wighton, Alex, merchant; house, 9, Buchanan-street 
Wighton, Gray, and Co. merchts. 9, Stirling-square 
VVilKie, John, hosier, 58, Trongate 
Wilkie, David, writer, 138, do. 
Wilkie, Peter, provision-warehouse, 228, High-streel 
Wilkie, John, spirit cellar, 3, Prince's street 
Wilkie, Mrs. Adam, porter-ho. Marshall-str. Gallowg. 
Wilkie, Jn. plough wright, at 81, Gallowg, every We(}. 
Wilkie, Jas. at J. Landale's, Stirling-street 
Wiikieson, James, teacher, 158, George-street 
Williamson, Mrs. lodgings, 32, Brunswick street 
Williamson, James, shoe-maker, 26, Prince's street 
Williamson, John, merchant, 29, St. Andrew-street 
Williamson, John, jun. 76, Hutcheson-street 
''Williamson, James, seedsman, 56, Trongate 
Williamson, James, agent, Melville-place 
Williamson, John, jun. merch. Antigua-place; house, 
l^ancefield, Finnieston 

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WIL 164 WIL 

Williamsoo, Miss, straw-hat manufac. 594, Argyll-i^r^ 
Willlson & M'Ewan, warehousemen, Nile-street 
Willison, Duncan, slater, Wood-lane, Broomielaw 

^Willis, Hugh, hardwareman, 15, Trongate 
Wilson, A. chair-master, 154, Trongate 
Wilson, A. type-founder, College-steps ; lodging, 21, 

College-street 
Wilson & Allan, milliners, 47, Argyll-street 
Wilson, Andrew, vintner, 70, Broomielaw 
Wilson, Andrew, messenger, 20, Saltmarket 
Wilsone, Charles, surgeon, 153, Stock well 
Wilsone, David, do. do. do. . 
Wilson & Elliott, manufacturers, 29, Brunswick-street 
Wilson, Geo. sail-cloth and sack wareho.607> Arg.-str. 

^^Wilson, J. tobacconist, 57, Trongate 
Wilson, James accomptant, 636, Argyll-street 
Wilson, Js. joiner and trunk-maker, 19, College-str. 
Wilson, James, seedsman, 160, Trongate 
Wilson, Jas. surgeon, Adam's court, Argyll-street 
Wilson, James, writer, 83, Saltmarket 
Wilson, Jas. grocer, 172, Main-street, Gorbals 
Wilson, John & Son, wire- workers, 158, Trongat© 
W^ilson, John & Alex. do. 9, do. 

Wilsoo, John, lodging, S. Wellington-place 
^"^ W^ilson, John, tobacconist, S51, Gallowgate 
Wilson, John, grocer, Anderston 
Wilson, John, candle-shpp, 37, Saltmarket, and King- 
street, Tradeston 
Wilson, John, sen. grocer, 18, King-street 
Wilson, John, spirit-dealer, 419, Gallowgate 
Wilson, John, joiner, &c. 205, George-street 
Wilson and Liddell, linen-drapers, 7, High-street 
Wilson and Kerr, manwfacrs. 24, St. Andrew's square 
Wilson, M. spirit-dealer, 1, Muirhead-street 



WIL 165 WOO 

Wilson, George, pastry-shop, 59, Argyll-street 
Wilson, Mrs. straw-hat manufacturer, 8, High-street 
Wilson, Mrs. spirit-dealer, 63, Bridgegate 
Wilson, Mrs. Wm. provision shop, 105, King-street 
Wilson and Neil's academy, 82, High-street 
rt Wilson, P. and R. manufacturers, 29, Brunswick-str. 
Wilson, Robert, vintner, 99, King-street 
Wilson and Reid, agents, 51, Glassford-street 
Wilson, Robert, gardener, Black quarry 
Wilson, Robert, jeweller, 146, Trongate 
Wilson, Robert, joiner, St. Enoch's wynd 
Wilson, Robert, joiner, 168, Saltmarket 
Wilson, Robert, currier, 294, High-street 
Wilson, Robt. gardener, 40, Bell-Street 
Wilson, Samuel, merchant, Alston-street 
Wilson, Strang & Co. sugar-refiners, do. 
Wilson, Samuel, slater, 24, Stockwell 
Wilson, Stow and Co. silk-warehouse, 115, Trongate 
Wilson, Thomas, ma«on, Portland-street 
Wilson, Thomas, grocer, Calton mouth 
Wilson, Thomas, hair-dresser, 320, High-street 
Wilson, W. factor for Sir J. Maxwell, 631, Argyll-str. 
Wilson, W. & D. M*Intyre, writers, do. do. 
Wilson, Walter, baker, 77, Saltmarket 
Wilson, Wm. brickmaker and builder, Graham-square 
Wilson, Wm, baker, 36, High-street 
Wilson, William, bookbinder, 30, Trongate 
Wilson, W, pastry-baker, 59, High-street 
Wilson, William, shoemaker, 5, Hutcheson-street 
Wingateand Roxburgh, warehousemen, 150, Trongate 
Wingate, John, at Miller and Swing's 
a "Wingate, Jn. and Js. manufacturers, 72, Brunsw.-str. 
Wood, Henry & Co. merchants, 8, S. Frederick-street 
Wood, Francis «Sc Co. manufacturers, 316, High-str. 
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woo 166 WRI 

Wood, Mrs. hajberdasher, 21, Bell-street 

Wood J Wm. shoe shop, 51, Prince's street , 

Wood, Win. shoemaker, 62, Bridgegate 

Woodi, Alex, furniture shop, 14<8, do. 

W^ood, John, spirit-dealer, 167, Gallowgate 

Wood, John, merchant, Ingrara-court ; house, Villa- 

lield, Taylor-street, Rattenrow 
Wood, Alex, at James Liddel & Co.'s, Stockwell. 
Wood, Jn. book publisher and binder, 6, York-street 
Wood, John, spirit dealer, 93, Trongate 
Wood, John, lattice window* maker, 60, Back wynd 
Woodrow, J. manufacturer, 94-, Candleriggs 
Woodrow, James, & Son, merchants, 26, Nelson-str. 
Worsley, 1!lmiM» i5l%*- 1aniM»rWI. ; yarn warehouse, 

20, St. And. sqr. north side; ho. 32, Hutch.-str. 
Wotherspoon, Robert, baker, 254, High-street 
Wotherspoon, ,-n. smith, Woodside lane, Anderston 
Wotherspoon, Jn. spirit-dealer, 150, Main-str. Gorbals 
Wotherspoon, Jn. baker, 144, Stockwell 
Wotherspoon, M. yarn merchant, 31, Virginia-street 
Wotherspoon, G. cutler, New Vennal 
Wright, Dr. Peter, 2> Kensington place 
Wright, Hay, merchant ; house, Enoch bank 
Wright, Arch, nursery-man ; house, 43, Queen-street 
Wright, James, jun. Scotch cloth shop, 3, Gallowgate 
Wright, Robt. vintner, 418, do. 

Wriglit, John, grocer, 46, Stockwell 
Wright, ohn, merchant, 115, Trongate 
Wright, John, sen. coachmaker, head orPortland-str. 
Wright, Mrs. John, vintner, 106, Bridgegate 
Wright, John, meal and barley office, 437, Duke-str. 
Wright, R. writer, 316, High-street 
Wright, John, at R. 0\ven's;lodg, 39, St. Vineent-str. 
Wjight, Wm. smith, 168, Saltmarket 



WRI 167 YOU 

Wright, Peter, manufacturer, 20, St. Andrew's square 

Wright, James, hardwareman, 179, Saltmarket 

Wright, Mrs. midwife, 89, New wynd 

Wright, J. & Co. druggists, 68, Trongate 

Wvld, . ohn, agent for Commercial Bank; house ancV 

office, 73, Ingram-street 
Wyld, Tohn, jun. merch.; house, 68, Charlotte-street 
Wylie, Aaron, grocer. Little Dovehill 
Wyhe, John, teacher, 8, Charlotte lane 
Wylie, James, tinsmith, 53, Wilson-street 
Wylie, Alex, manufacturer, 21, High street; house, 

Anderston walk 
Wylie, Mrs. boarding school, 3, George's square 
Wylie, John, & Co. booksellers, 81, Hutcheson-street 
W^ylie, Wm^ surgeon, 99, Trongate ; house, Slateneld 
Wylie, Richard, grocer, 14, Main-street, Gorbals 
Wylie, J. milliner, 464, Galiowgate 
Wylie, Mrs. spirit-dealer, 72, Bridgegate 
Wyse, William, baker, 22, John- street 
Wyse, George, turner, St. Mungo's lane 

" Y 
Young, George, edge-tool-maker. Little Dovehill 
Young, Andrew, merchant, at Andrew Grant & Co.'s 
Young, Andrew, printer, 29, Brunswick-street 
Young, Thomas, & Co. calenderers, 4, Stirling-street 
Young, John, manufacturer, 18, St, Andrew's lane 
Young, John, grocer, Crossloan-street, Calton 
Young, Arch. & Son. surgeons, 82, Hutcheson-street; 

lodging, 11, Cochran e-street 
Young, William, fancy dyer, Craignestock 
Young, M. grocer, 33, Adelphi-street 
Young, W. grocer, 177, Main-street, Gorbals 
Young, Wm. potter, Caledonian pottery, Townhea^ 



YOU 168 ZUI 

5foung, James, jun. joiner, 42, Canon-street 
Young, James, grocer, New-street, Calton 
Young, Wm. coal mercht. Monkland Canal Basin 
Young, Alex, stabler, 55, Stock well 
Young, Alex, spirit^cellars, 25, John-street 
Young, Robt. shoemaker, 322, Gallowgate 
Young, J. & R. merchants^ 4, Virginia-street 
Young, John, joiner, 30, Shuttle-street 
Young, James, grease^ merchant, Spoutmouth 
Young, James, dyer, 6, New wynd 
Younghusband, Mrs. G. Star inn, 57, Ingram-street 
Yuille, R. timber-merchant, Wood lane, Broomielaw 
Yuille, G. & Co. yarn warehouse, 34, Hutcheson-str. 
Yuille, Geo. & Co. muslin warehou. 47, Brunswick-str. 
Yuille, Geo. merchant, 34, Hutcheson-street; lodging, 

St. Vincent-street, South side 
Yuille, John, spirit-dealer, 113, Stockwell 
Yuille, Thomas, saddler, 200, Main-street, Gorbals 
Yuille, Robert, porter-hoi*se, 43, Trongate 
Yuille, Wm. spirit- dealer, Great Hamilton-street 

Z 

Zuill, John & Andrew, cloth shop, 33, Trongate 
Zuill, Andrew & John, spirit-dealers, 55, Bridgegate 
Zuill, T. & Co, warehouse, 57, Brunswick-street 



ADA , 169 SAN 

Names omitted in their 'proper 'places, 

Adam, Thos. provision shop, 67, King-street 
Allan, Wm. and Co. haberdashers, 27, Candleriggs 
Bannatyne, Ninian, Broomielaw 

Buchanan, Geo. and Allan, Caleaderers, S6, Candlerig. 
Clark, James, clothier, at J. M*Farlane and Co.'s, 87» 

Hutcheson-street 
Cotton's china warehouse, 3, Virginia-street 
Glasgow Colour Company, North Albion street 
Gillies, John and Co. commission wareho. 26, Bell-str. 
Johnston, Alex. ^: James, manufacts. 29, Stirling-str. 
Kerr, Archibald, manufacturer, 21, St. Andrew's sq. 
Sandeman, Thcs. merchant; house, N. Hanover-str^el 



BANKING HOUSES IN GLASGOW. 

Ship Bank — 642, Argyll-street; open from 10 to S 
o'clock (shuts at 12 oh Saturday) no drafts on Lon- 
don or Edinburgh given after 1 o'clock. Bills for dis- 
count given in on Monday before 1, and called for 
on Tuesday, from 10 to 12 o'clock. Robt. Carrick 
and M. Rowand, cashiers; John Marshall and Geo. 
Loudoun, accompts.; J. Edmond, teller; James Neil- 
son, porter. Draw on Spiith, Payne and Co. 

Thistle Bank — 54*, Virginia-street; open from 10 to 3 
o'clock, (shuts at 12 on Saturday) Drafts on Lon- 
don or Edinburgh given on these hours; Bills for 
discount given in on Monday before 12 o'clock, and 
called for on Tuesday between 11 and 2 o'clock; 
John Alston, cashier; John Kemp, jun. accomptant; 
Richard Duncan & Robert M'Nair, tellers; David 
Mitchell, porter. Draw on Smith Payne & Co. 



170 

Royal Bank — 39, St. Andrew's square; open from 10 to 
3 o'clock, (shuts at 12 on Saturday,) no Drafts on 
London or Edinburgh given after 2 o'clock; Bills 
for discount given in between 9 and 10 Monday 
morning, and called for on Tuesday between 11 
and 12. John More, cashier; D. Stirling, Robert 
Bell, Alexander Donaldson, jun, Alex. Mein, Rob. 
Hunter, Thos. More, Wm. Riddell, George Rich- 
mond, and Wm. Nimmo, accomptants; John' Cunning- 
ham, Alex. Peterkin, James Richardson, and Edward 
Fairly, tellers; James Dick and William Bell, porters. 
Draw on Pole, Thornton & Co. 

Glasgoiv Bank Company — 74*, Ingram-street; open from 

10 to 3 o*clock; shuts on Saturday at 12. Glasgow 
Bills for discount given in on Monday between 10 
and 12 o'clock, and called for on Tuesday between 

11 and 2. W. B. Cabbell, cashier; Robert Brown, 
accomptant; ames Gorthy, and Alex. Campbell, 
tellers ; Thomas Brown, porter. Draw on Morland 
& Co. 

, BanJc of Scotland — 23, Queen-street; Bills for discount 
given in on Monday before 3, and called for on Tues- 
day before 1 o'clock; Arch, Hamilton, jun. agent; 
Thomas Hogg, porter. Draw on Coutts & Co. 
Paisley Union Bank — 15, Ingram-street; Andrew Tem- 
pleton, agent.- - Draw on Glynn & Co. 

Paisley Bank — 17, Trongate; Bills for discount given 
in on Saturday before 2 o'clock, and called for be- 
tween 12 and 1 o'clock on Tuesday, Alex. Brown, 
agent. — Draw on Smith, Payne & Co. 

Aberdeen Baw^— r23,Queen-str. G. Hamilton & Co.agts. 

Greenock do» 

Stirli?tg do. 

Kilmarnock do. -^ ^ tn .. i c x> \ht 4. 

r, J TT ' J , 1 ost-office court, J. & K. Wat- 
Dunaee Union do. \ ^ t^ c -^u 

r» -x- i r • n J \ son, agcnts. — Draw on Smith, 
British Linen Co. do. • p <?, n 

East Lothian do. j 

Kirby Lonsdale do. I 

Leith Bank do. J 

' Falkirk Bank — 19, Gallowgate; James King, jun. agt. 

Ayr ^aw^— David Stirling, Royal Bank, agent. 



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Renfre'vosMre Banh — 31, Miller-street; Bills for discount 
given in on Saturday before 2 o'clock, and called for 
between 1 and 2 o'clock on Tuesday. William Na- 
pier & Co. agents ; Robert Salmon, teller; Adam Fer- 
guson, porter — Draw on Perrin & Co. 

Perth Bank—St. And. sq.; John More, R. Bank, agt. 

Dundee Ne'w Banh — at the Glasgow Bank Office. 

Commercial Bank of Scotland — 73, Ingram-street; John 
Wyld, agent. 

Glasgotv Provident Bank — Commercial Court; James 
Robertson, agent. 
N, B. Holidays at the Banks; first January, first 

Thursday, Saturday and Monday in April and No- 
vember, and the 4;th June. 



PUBLIC OFFICES IN GLASGOW. 

Billet Master's Office— foot of Turner's court. 
Commissioners for executing the Assessed Tax Act for 

Lanarkshire Lower ward — 190y Trongate. 
N. B. All appeals against the assessed taxes must be 

lodged at this office; Thomas Walkinshaw, clerk. 
Canal Company's Office — Port Dundas ; Walter Logan, 

superintendent 
Cess Office for the City — Queen-street; Laurence Craigie, 

collector; W. D. Blair, deputy; James Young, clerk. 
Cess and Tax Office for the County — 190, Trongate; 

Gilbert Kennedy, collector. 
Cranston Hill Water Works — 59, Hutcheson- street; 

Archibald Bogle, secretary. 
Chamberlain^ s Office — Council Chambers; Jas. Spreull, 

Chamberlain. 
Commissary Clerk^s Office — -175, Trongate; Benjamia 

Barton, clerk. 
Commissary Clerk of Hamilton and Cm??p5fe— office, 21, 

Glassford-street; Matthew Taylor, clerk. 



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Custom House — 22, St. Enoch square, Claud Hamilton, 
collector; D. Morison, comptroller; D. Rhind, land- 
-fiurveyor and warehouse-keeper ; A. Galloway, tide- 
surveyor; John Lauder, John Rowe, and A. Lind- 
say, land-waiter«; Peter Campbell, coast-waiter; P. 
Smith, A. Scott, D. M'Neillage, J. Alexander, and 
Geo. Bennet, clerks. Holidays, 18th Jan. Queen's 
Birth-day; Good Friday, April; Restoration of Charles 
II. 29th May; the King's Birth-day, 4th June; 
Prince of Wales' Birth-day, 12th August; the 22d 
September, and the 25th December; hours of pub- 
lic business from 10 morning till 3 afternoon, and 
from JO till 12 on Saturday. 

Edinburgh, Glasgoto, and Leith Shipping Co.'s Office — 
North Albion-street, James Helton, agent. 

Excise Office — SpreulPs court, Glassford-street; Alex. 
Findlater, collector ; J. Scott and W. Bulloch, clerks; 
Duncan Campbell, James Anderson, Thomas Dum- 
brec, and D. Carrick, supervisors; James Mitchell, 
auctioneer officer. Gabriel Kay and Wm. Robertson 
attend from 7 morning till 5 afternoon, for granting 
permits, &c.; G.Kay, office-keeper. 

French Consuls Office — 32, Brunswick-street, corner of 
Wilson street, P. Hugot, consul; J. Harmand, chan- 
cellor. 

Judice of Peace Cleric's Office — Brunswick lane; W. 
Graham, clerk. 

L-eith and Hamburgh Shipping Co, — Office, 621, Ar- 
gyll -street; Thos. Rule, agent. 

Liverpool Shipping Office — Melville place; J. & A. Kidd, 
agents. 

Liverpool Traders Office — 1 15, Trong. ; R. Virtue & Co. 

Mail Coach Office — at Joseph Bain's, 3, Nelson-street, 
and Mr. Burns', 640, Argyll-street 

Navy Agency Pay Office — 53, Queen-street; T. Horton, 
agent. 

Post Office — East Albion-street ; Dugald Bannatyne 
postmaster; M. Halliburton, A. Milligao, Jas. Wise, 
C. Porteous, and H. Field, clerks; T. Minto, R. 
Cochran, J. Hanna, R. Dalrymple^ J. Affleck, J. 



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M'Intyre, P. Wylie, P. Finlay and Thos. Lauchlaris 
letter carriers; P, M'Adam, stamper. 

Police Office — 7, South Albion-street ; James Mitchell, 
Master of Police ; R. Nimmo, clerk and treasurer. 

Police Office, Gorbals — Main-street; D. M'Kenzie, Mas- 
ter of Police, surveyor, collector, and treasurer; Hen- 
derson & M' Alpine, King-street, clerks. 

Permit office — 87, Glassford-street, and 5, Spoutmouth, 
open from 7 morning till 5 afternoon — permits and 
entries granted on these hours. 

Procurator Fiscal* s Office for the Totvn — Clerk's Cham, 
Do, for the County — 
Do. Jbr Hamilton and f.mnpsie — 63, Candleriggs 

Road Money Office — 112, Stockweil 

Stamp OJfce — 141, Trongate; T. Stevenson, clerk 

State Lottery Offices — 139, and 156, Trongate; 2, 
Hutcheson-street ; 637, Argyll-street, and 98, Glass- 
ford-street 

Surveyor of Taxesl — Office, 10, St. And. lane, John 
Jirst District j Gardner, surveyor. 

Do. second District— -169, Trongate, Allan Campbell, do. 

Country District — Robertson-street; A. Aitchison,. do. 

Sheriff Clerk' s ■ ffice — Antigua place; John Drysdale, 
clerk ; James M*Hardy, deput'3 

Session Clerk's Office — 18, St. Andi'ew*s lane; Robert 
Strang, clerk 

Session Clerk's Office — Barony Parish, Gray's land. Ba- 
rony Glebe; W. Clugston, clerk 

Toton Clerk's Chambers —James Reddie, Richard Hen- 
derson, and Robert Thomson, clerks 

Tax Inspectors Office' — 18, St. Andrew's lane; W. A. 
Paterson, inspector. 



FIRE AND INSURANCE OFFICES. 

Albion Fire Office — ^22, Trongate; Thos Hamilton, agt. 
Aberdeen Insurance Office — 55, St. And. sq.; R. Tod, ag. 
British Fire Office, and Westminster Office for Insurance 

of Lives — Post-office court; R. Spears, agent 
Caledonian Insurance Cow.pany — St. Andrew's square; 

John More, Royal Bank, agent 
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County Fire and Provident Life Office — 6S6, Argyll- 
street; James Shepherd & Co. agents 

Atlas Assurance Office — 10, Stirling's sq.; A. Buchanan, 
agent 

Dundee Assurance Office — D. Stirling, Royal Bank, agt. 

Eagle Assurance Office — 49, Miller-street; M'Nab, 
M'Farlane & Co. agents. 

Edinburgh Friendly Assurance Office — 16, Ingram-str. ; 
Andrew Templeton, agent 

Fife Fire Insurance Office — 7, Hutcheson-street ; R. 
Hill & Co. agents 

Globe Fire Office — 29, Argyll-str. R. & J. Grieve, agts. 

Hope Fire and hife Insurance Office — Commercial co.; 
James Robertson, agent 

Hercules Fire Office— ^S5, Candleriggs, W. Jeffrey, agt. 

Imperial Fire Office — 60, Hutcheson-str,; A. Bogle, ag. 

London Assurance Office — 22, Argyll-str.; Smellie & 
Storrie, agents. 

Neiccastle on Tyne Fire Office — R. Bell, R. Bank, agt, 

^orth British Insurance Office — D. Bannatyne and D. 
Mackenzie, agents, 107, Nelson-street 

Phoenix Fire Office — 14, Hutcheson-street; Loudon 
& Hamilton, & D. Denny, 13, Trongate, agents. 

Royal Exchange Assurance — 187, Exchange; W. For- 
rest & Co. agents. 

Sun Fire Office — Melville-pl.; C. Buchanan & Son, ags. 

Superintendanf* s Office — Mr. Cleland's office, Council 
Chambers. 

Union Fire and Life Office — 69, Wilson-street; John 
Broadly, agent. 



REGULATIONS FOR PORTERS. 

As no rate of Wages Jbr Porters has been fixed by the 
Magistrates, since March, 1798, the Jblloiuing rates 
are now generally paid. 

Carrying a letter or letters, parcel or parcels, not exceed- j. d. 
ing 7 pounds weight, from any part of the City or Newtown 
to any other place therein, - - - 2 



175 

5. d. 

Carrying a letter or letters, parcel or parcels, not exceeding 
7 pounds weight, from any part of the City or Newtown to 
any other place therein, if delivered to the Porter after nine 
o'clock at night, - - - 3 

Carrying a letter or letters, parcel or parcels, not exceeding 
7 pounds weight, from any part of the City or Newtown to 
Anderston, Bridgetown, New Basin of the Canal, or any place 
not exceeding an English mile from the Cross, - 8 

If delivered to the Porter after eight o'clock at night, 1 
For running an express with a letter, or small parcel, for 
every English mile outwards in day time, - -06 

If in the night time, that is, after eight o'clock at night, 9 
Carrying a hack load, not exceeding eight English stone, 
from any ware-room in Glasgow, to any other ware-room or 
calender, v^here the distance does not ejsceed 500 yards, 4 

Do. where the distance exceeds 500 yards, - 6 

Carrying a hack load, not exceeding 8 stone weight, from 
the Cross to the Broomielaw, Calton or Gorbals, or the like 
distance, - - - - 6 

Carrying any load not exceeding 2\ hundred weight, on a 
wheel barrow, for the same distance, - - 9 

For weighing a ton of goods, such as iron, &c. for the first 
ton, - - - - - - 10 

For every other ton, - - - - 10 

For weighing each bag of cotton - - If 

For carrying each bag of cotton out of a cellar, and putting 
it on a cart, - - - - 3 

For taking each bag of cotton off a cart, and putting the 
same into a cellar, - - . _ 3 

N. B. Two-thirds of the foregoing rates to be paid for pockets 
and bags of cotton, not exceeding one and a half hundred 
weight. 

For a day's work at articles not specified as above, to con- 
sist of ten working hours, - - - - 5 

For a week's work, - - - - 20 

For the first hour's work, when not employed a whole day, 8 
For each subsequent hour's work, when not employed a 
whole day, - - - - - 6 

For carrying a load of two bolls of meal, for each stair, O 2 
For carrying a load of two bolls of meal into a closs, 2 

For each night's watching, - - - 4 



-REGULATIONS FOR COAL PORTERS, 

As Jixed by the Magistrates, 1 5th January, 1807. 

For carrying a cart of coals up stairs, where the distance 
from the stair to where the coals lie is not more than 60 s, d. 
feet, for the first stair, - - - _ S 

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s. d. 
Vor every other stair, - - - _ 1-^ 

For carrying a waggon of coals up stairs, the same dis- 
tance as above, for the first stair, - - - 6 
For every other stair, - - - - 3 
For carrying a cart of coals from any street or lane, to a 
cellar, within twenty feet from where the coals lie, if not 
down a stair, - - - - - O 2 
If down a stair, an additional - - . g ^ 
If above twenty, and not exceeding sixty feet, -. 3 
For every additional stair, - - - - o 1 
For half the distance, and so iji proportion, - ^ ^ 
For carrying -a waggon of coals from any street or lane, 
the same distance as above, into a cellar, if not downa stair, 4 
If down a stair, - - - - 5 
If above twenty, and not exceeding sixty iett^ - 6 
Wdown a. stair, - - - - 7 
For every additional sixty feet, for each cart, - ^ i 
For each waggon, - - - - 2 
N. B. Coal porters to report theirnames to the Town Clerks, and 
to take out a Badge, which they shall wear, under a penalty of 5s. 
They shall be furnished with a copy of the Regulations, under a 
penalty of 5s. Refusmg to work when not engaged, or demand- 
ing more than specified in the Table, 53. 

TABLE OF FEES FOR CARTERS, 

As fixedly the Magistrates, June 8th, J 808. 

The division of the City into districts, according to which the 
Rates pf Carriage after-mentioned shall be exigible. 

First District. — To or from the Broomielaw, to Stockwell-street, 
Glassford-street, and Frederick -street, up to the north side of 
George's square, includiag both sides of these streets, the whole of 
George's square, and every part of the city west of these streets ; 
also the upper side of George-street, west of -Frederick-street. 

Second District. — From the streets last mentioned, along both 
*ides of George-street, to High-street, along Trongate and Gal* 
lowgate, to the Spoutmouth, including both sid^s of High-street, 
from George-street southward; also, St. Andrew's square, apd all 
the streets and lanes between the said Spoutmouth westward, to 
the first Ime of divisioo. 

Third Districts — All the streets, lanes and other places, within 
the City, to the east of the second line of division, and to the north 
of George street. 

The following Rate of Cartage §hall be payable in the Eai4 r«» 
spective Districts. 



any Place in Bisiricts, 

No. No. No. 

1 2 3 

s. d. s. d. s. di 

11 10 12 

1 11 1 O 


1 2 
1 4 


1 4 
1 2 


1 6 
1 4 


1 2 
1 4 


1 4 
1 2 


I 6 

1 4 



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For a hhd. of sugar, pipe of wine, or pun- 
cheon of rum, from the Broomielaw, 
Do. from the Weigh-house, 
For two puncheons of beans or meal, two 
bales of yarn, or other large casks or bales, 
or grain in bags, weighing about 20 cwt. 
from the Broomielaw, 
Do. do. from the Weigh-house, 
For six casks of ashes, or six large bales of 
Cotton, or any number of barrels or 
bales, weighing about 18 cwt. from the 
Broomielaw, _ - - 

Do. from the Weigh-house, 
For a Cart Load of Cork, Staves, dried 
Hides, or any other commodity that re- 
quires a considerable time to load and 

unload, from the Broomielaw, 14 16 18 

Do. Do. from the Weigh house, 16 14 16 

For a Cart Load of Furniture, or similar 
articles that require long time to load 
and unload, for the first hour, and so 

proportionally, for each Cart, - 10 10 10 

And for every other hour, and so propor- 
tionally, for each Cart, - 9 9 9 
In carrying Grain the Carters shall always find sufficient Bags, and 
carry the whole of their load up one storey, or into a ground flat, 
without any assistance from the employer. 
When the Cart Load is to be carried up more than one storey, the 
Garter shall receive 2d. per Cart additional ; but in this case the 
Carter may carry up half the load at his own expense, his em- 
ployer being at the expense of carrying up the other half. 
The Carter in all cases shall assist in loading and unloading, bu,c 
must always remain by his Cart; and when able so to do, he 
must load and unload the Cart himself. 
All such quantities of Goods as are to be considered as a single 
Cart Load, and likewise all Rates and Fares not before specially 
provided for, in case of any dispute, shall be settled by the Sit- 
ting Magistrate. 
The following Rules and Regulations shall be observed by the 
Carters, and shall be strictly enforced in all time coming. 
1st. Every Carter shall enter his name and place of residence, in 
a book to be kept for that purpose, in the Town Clerks' Chambers, 
and must find security for the faithful and honest discharge of his 
duty, under a suitable penalty ; and any Carter plying in the streets 
and neglecting to find such caution, shall forfeit a sum not exceed- 
i"ng two pounds sterling for each ofifence. , 
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2d. Every Cartef shall be furnished with a Badge, which will 
be numbered according to the order in which his name is entered. 
These badges must be worn constantly by the Carters when at 
work; and they must immediately get the number which is on 
the Badge, painted on some conspcuouspart of their Carts, under 
a penslty of ten shillings for each offence. 

3d. Every Carter who shall refuse to wort when not engaged, 
or who shall demand higher Fares than those specified in the fore- 
going Table, shall be liable co a penalty of ten shillingsfor each 
offence. And every Carter who says he is engaged, shall, upon 
beijjp^ isked, specify the person by ..horn, and the hour at which 
he is engaged, and he shall not refuse to be employed in the inter- 
val berween the time he is so asked, and the hour of his engage- 
ment, liider a penalty of ten shlUings for each offence 

4th. Every Carter shall be furnished with, and shall always 
carry about with him a copy of these Regulations and Fares, which 
he shall produce and shew, when required, to his employers, under 
a penalty of ten shillings for each offence. And, 

Lastly, Every Carter is hereby enjoined, strictly to attend and 
conform to the Regulations in the Act 12 Geo. IH. Cap. 45, also 
to the Regulations with regard to the carriage of J imber, in the 
Act 3 'd Geo. III. Cap. 104, under the several penalties therein 
mentioned. 

Extracted from the Records of Council, by 

JAMES REDDIE. 



TABLE OF FREIGHT. 

To be paid by Shippers of Goods upon the River Clyde y 
commencing 2d July y i^\0» 

Anchors, per ton, 6s. 6d. — Alum, per ton, in hhds. or bulk, 5s. 6d. 
—Aquafortis, turpentine, vitriol, &c. in bottles and baskets. Is. — 
Ashes per barrel, lOd. 

Boilers, cast metal, per ton, 7s. Cd. — Bark, per ton, 7s. 6d. — But- 
ter, per ton, 68. — Bread, in bags, per ton. 7s. — Beef, per tierce, 
lOd. — Barley, per boll, 5cL — per bag of 2§ cwt. 8d. — Brazil, ^per 
pocket, 8d. and 9d. — Bricks or tiles, per thousand, 1 2s. — Bottles, 
per gross, 9d. 

Canvas yarn, per bale, Is. — Carpets. 12 pieces, per bale, 6s — 
Coals, per large hhd. 3s. 6d. — per ord.nary, 3s — percart, 2s. — Cop- 
per in sheets, per ton, 5s. — in vessels, per ton, 6s. — Cordage, per 
ton, 8s. — Cork, per ton, 15s — Cudbear, per ton, 6s. 6d. — Cheese, 
per ton, 5s. — Cotton, per bag, from 2 to 3 cwt. Is. 6d. — per bag, 
mpwards of 3 cwt. Is. 8d. — per pocket, each 6d.— Cotton- bagging, 
per 4 piece bale. Is. 3d. — Candles, per box, large, 3\d. small 2|d. 

Dry Goods, per puncheon, 2s. 6d. — per hhd. 3s. 9d. — Large box, 
2s. 9d. — ordinary do, Is. Sd. — do.under three feet. Is. 

Empty Casks, to pay half freight. 



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Flour, per bag, Sd. — per barrel, 6d. — Flax^ Seed, per hhd. Is. 3d; 
— Fruit, per chest, lOd. — per half chest, 5d. — Fustic, per ton, 6s.— 
Figs, per frail, l§d. 

Gabert Freight, per ton, register, 4s. — Guns and shot, per ton, 
5s. — Gaberts of 50 or 60 tons, loaded to ©r from Greenock to a 
vessel in the roads, if assisted by the crew of the vessel, 40s. — Gab- 
berts, 60 tons and upwards, if not assisted by the crew, 50s. 

Herring, per barrel, 8d. — Hides, cow or bullock, per hide Sfd. 
buffalo, per hide, l-|d. — Hemp, per ton, ]0s. 6d. — Horns, cow 
or ox, per thousand, 8s. 6d. 

Iron, pig, per ton, 4s. — bar and rod, 4s. 6d.—- ore, 4s. 

Kelp, per ton, 4s. 6d. 

Linen, per bale, 3s. — per box, 2s. — Logwood, per ton, 6s. 

Lime-stone, per ton, 6s. — Lead, bar and roll, pejr ton, 4s. each. 

Leather, per bale, 2s. 9d. — half bale. Is. 4|d. — double bale, 5s. 

Mahogany, per ton, 6s. — Molasses, per puncheon, 2s. 9d. — Man- 
ganese, per ton, 4s. — Madder, per butt, Ss. 6d. — Madder root, 
per large bag, Is. 8d. — per ordinary, Is. 6d. — Meal, per ton, 43. 

Oil, per ton, 6s. — per jar, 3d. — Oats, per ton, 4s. — Osnaburghs, 
per bale, 12 pieces, 3s. 3d. — per bale, 9 pieces, 2s. 6d. — per bale, 6 
pieces. Is. 9d. — per bale, 4 pieces, Is. 3d. 

Pipe Clay, per ton, 4s. 6d. — Pots, per ton, 7s. — Planks,per ton, 
4s^ — ^Porter, per hhd. Is, 6d. — Paint, per keg, 2d. — Puncheons, 
hhds. and packs, each, 9d. 

Quercitron Bark, in hhds. Ss. 6d. 

Rum, per puncheon, 3s. — per hhd. Is. 6d. — Raisins, per br. 4d. 
—Rice per hhd. Is. 6d. — Ropes or Rags, per ton, 9s. 

Sugar, Raw, per ton gross, 5s. — Sugar refined, 7s. 6d. — Sugar 
mc^jlds, per waggon load, 9s — Skins, calf, per bale, or 8 dozen, 
2s. 6d per bale, or 12 dozen, 3s. 6d, — Staves, butt, from If to 2 
inches, per thousand, 3 Is. 6d. — butt, from 2 to 3 inches per thousand/ 
36s. — ^butt, 3 inches and upwards, 40s. — pipe, per thousand, lOs, 
hhd. per thousand, 9s. — barrel, per thousand, 7s. — Stoneware, in 
crates or hhds. 3s 6d — Slates, large, per thousand, 4s. 6d. ^—ordin- 
ary, per thousand, 2s. 9d. — Starch, per hhd. 4s. — Shumac, per bag, 
7d. — Soft soap, per firkin, 3d. — per half firkin, 2d. — Hard soap, per 
box, 3d. — Seal skms, per bundle, l^d. 

Tobacco, per hhd. 3s. 6d. — Trunks or small boxes under three 
feet long, per trunk, 7d.— three feet and upwards, per trunk, lOd. 
— Tar and turpentine, per barrel, lOd. — Tar, America, per barrel, 
8d. — Tin plates, per box, 4d. — ditto, per block, is. 2d. — Tallow, 
per butt, 3s. 6d, 

Wine per pipe, 4s. — per hhd. 2s — Wheat, per ton, 4s. — Whit- 
ening, per ton, 4s. 

Yarn, per bale, 3s. 3d. 



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REGULAR TRADING VESSELS ON THE 
GREAT CANAL FROM PORT-DUNDAS 

To ABERDEEN — Ceres, Duncan — Clyde, Laws — Glasgoiv Packet, 
Campbell, one of which sails every week — agent, G. Duncan, 
7, Queen-street. 

To DUNDEE — Netvcastle and Berivick Packet, Spalding— il<far/i/?, 
Nicol — Mary, Sinv^ion— Augusta, Spink — agent, J. Crighton, 
50, Queen-street. 

To FALKIRK, Lock No. 16. (where carriages are ready for pas- 
sengers to and from Stirling, Alloa and Edinburgh) — A Boat 
leaves Port Dundas at- 8 and 1 1 , forenoon, and 4 o'clock after- 
noon, and arrives at half-past 10, morning, half-past 5, and half- 
past 7, afternoon ; fare, 4s. and 2s. — agent, John Herbertfion, 
Port-Dundas. 

To GRANGEMOUTH— yi Track Boat for goods every Tues- 
day and Friday, leaves Port-Dundas a't 9, morning — agent, 
Andrew Virtue, 115, Trongate 

To HULL — Jane, Simpson, — Sisters, Balderson, James, Graham, 
— agent, P, M'Farlanie, 60, Queen-street. 

To LEITH — Andre'w Iff Kat^, Ferguson — Kaiy, Ballantine — 
Port of Leith, Wihon — Jane Xs" Menie, Hill — agent, John Drew, 

88, Argyll-street— i2o^<?r/, Pottinger— /"^ot^, Burrell Minerva, 

Walker — Vine, Walls — agent, P. M'Fariane, 60, Queen-street,— 
The new Packets Ant, Rogers — and Bee, Brown, sail from Port 
Dundas and Leith, every Tuesday — agents, R.. Virtue & Co. 
115, Trongate. 

To LONDON—constant traders, receive goods at Carron Wharf, 
London, and Glasgow Wharf, London, for Carron, Grange- 
mouth, and Port-Dundas — agents, M'Nab, M'Fariane & Co. 
48, Miller-street, and Andrew Virtue, 115, Trongate. 

To NEWCASTLE— /"r/f^^f Increase, Ferguson— G/^j^ow Packet^ 
Robertson — Annie, Davidson — Friendship, Fordr^He/en^ Camp- 
bell — agent, John Drew, 88, Argyll-street. 

PAISLEY CANAL. 

A Boat /or Passengers leaves Glasgow for Paisley and Johnston, at 
10 o'clock, forenoon, and at 4 and 6 afternoon; fare to Paisley 
8d. and Is.; to Johnston, Is. and Is. 6d. 

Trad Boats for Goods, departs from Glasgow for Paisley and John- 
ston at 6 morning — from Johnston for Paisley at 9 morning — 
and from Paisley for Glasgow, at 12 forenoon. s. d. 

Carriage between Glasgow and Paisley, per cwt 4f 

Do. for grain, flour, and heavy goods, between Glasgow, 

and Paisley, per ton, 6 8 

Do. for pig iron, per ton, 3 6 

Single parcels below one cwt. per stone, O ! 

Empty casks one- fourth of the rate when full. 



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Carriage between Glasgow and Johnston, per cwt 5-| 

Agents, John M'Gee, PortEglinton, and John West, Moodie's 
Court. «i 



REGULAR TRADING VESSELS ON THE 
CLYDE FROM GLASGOW. 

To ANNAN, DUMFRIES, and CARLISLE — Elizabeth, Folder. 

To AYR — Jeanie, Mitchell — yohn Ritchie — Margaret^ Logan, 

To ^El.^ AST— Margaret ^ Naney, M'Arthur— Z)j«««, Savage — 
Bee^ Storer — Betsies, Rankin-^-- Z)/j/'a/ci , M'Namara — Hatuh^ 
M'Cormick — James Gemmill & Son, agents P^ggy^ Jamie- 
son — Jane, M'Creary- -agents, A. & R. Houstoun, 53, Queen- 
street, who have vessels occasionally for all the Ports in Ireland. 

To BRISTOL— ikf^ri<z, M'Kinlay — Robert Virtue, & Co. agents, 
115, Trongate— ^//s«, Owen — J. M*Kinlay, agent. 

To CAMPBELLTON— i5";'?V«^j, Harvie — Isabella, Love. 

To CUMBRAYS— /fd^fw, Gibb. • 

To DUBLIN — Brothers, Blair — Fame, Blair — Mary, Cochrane — 

Alex. M'Neill, agent, Wood-lane. King's Fisher, M'Kissock — 

agents A. & R. Houston, 53, Queen-street 

To GIRVAN — jffa«, Wilson — Britannia, Eaglesom — Jfa«,WrJght. 

To INVERARAY— Zcri, M'Quilkan— /j^^f/Za, Cochrane. 

To IShAY—ShaivfelJ, M'Lachlan— C?V<y, M'Kay— Ronald, 
M'Nicol, agent. Turner's Court. 

To KENDALL, MILNTHORPE, LANCASTER, and UL- 
VERSTON— ^«a, Thomson-^ Margaret, Taylor — Sally, Gracie 
— Isabella, Blair. 

To LARGS — Williams, Kerr — Brisbane, Hunter. 

LISBON — Famei Stevenson — agents, A. & R. Houstoun, Queen- 
street, who have vessels occasionally to the ports on the Continent. 

To LIVERPOOL — Clyde, Ritchie — Dispatch, Turnbull— ikfary, 
M'Fee — Intrepid, Gilchrist — Hazard, Gilchrist — Janes, Poe — 
Brilliant, TurnbuU — Nancy, M'Kay — Robert Virtue & Co. 

agents, 115, Trongate Ja-oa, Dow, Arion, Nisbet — Mersey, 

Goodsman — -Blossom, Goodsman — Elizabeth, Hastie Maria, 

Peebles — Glasgow, Gilchrist — J. & A. Kidd, agents, Melville- 
place. 

To LONDONDERRY— 5^^r, M'Callwn— Alex. M'Neill, agent, 
Wood-kne, Broomi^law — Otter, Haggerty, R. & A. Houstoun, 
53, Queen street, agents. 

To LOCHGILPHEAD — Salamander, M'Killop— Catharine, Mor- 
rison. 

To OBAN, FORT-WILLIAM and ESDALE—Bell Iff Anh, 
Kerr — Cato, M'Dougall — Janet, Stewart. 

To PORT GLASGOW & GREENOCK, Steam Boats for Goods, 
the Trusty, & Industry. 



182 

To KOTHS AY^Fortufie, Martin. 

To STRANRAER— 7o;5«j Packet, Gibson. 

Staam Boats for Passengeifs to Port-Glasgow, Greenock, and 
places round the coast, Clyde, Princess Charlotte, Prince of 
Orange, Britannia, Dumbarton Castle, Rothsay Castle, Albion, 
Neptune, Lord Nelson, Argyle, Waterloo, Duke of Wellington, 
and Caledonia. 

Also a number of other Craft for Goods, evfcry tide. 

Vessels occasionally to Cork, Coleraine, Drogheda, Killala, Dun- 
dalk, Limerick, Lame, Newry, Sligo and Waterford — Alex. 
M'Neill, agent, W'ood-lane. 

MONKLAND CANAL. 

A Passage Boat starts from Faskin, (1 1 miles distant from Glasgow) 
at 7, morning, and from the Bason Townhead, at 4 o'clock 
afternoon. 



List of the Arrival a?id Departure of the different 
Mails, and the places Jrom uihence th?y set off". 

Foreign JMails are made up at the General Pest-oflSce, London, for 

France, every Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 

Hamburgh and Holland, Tuesday and Friday. — Portugal, every 
Tuesday — Madeira and South America, first Tuesday each, 
month. — Leeward Islands, first and third Wednesday each 
month. — Gibraltar and Mediterranean, every third Tuesday.— 
Jamaica and America, first Wednesday each month. 

Postage from London to America and West Indies, 2/2; Ma- 
deira, 2/7; Gibraltar, 2/10; Malta, Majorca, Sicily, and the Me- 
diterranean, 3/2; South America, 3/6; Portugal, 2/6; France, 
1/2; Holland, 1/4; Hamburgh, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, 
Germany, Prussia, Russia, &c. 1/8; Italy, by Germany, 1/8; 
by E#ance, 1/11; Spain, by France, 2/S. No Letters can be for- 
warded to foreign parts (except the British West Indies) un- 
less the postage ba first paid. — Letters for the East Indies, if 
the inland postage to London is paid, are regularly forwarded 
to the India House to go by the Company's Ships. — All ship 
letters charged at half tiie rate of packet postage. 

Ayr^ and all places in that direction to Port Patrick, arrives in the 
morning early, and at one afternoon. — Departs immediately after 
the arrival pf the London Mail, and at 4 afternoon. 

Dumbarton — From Luss. Tarbet, &c. and all places in that direc- 
tion from the West Highlands, arrives between one and two after- 
noon. — Departs at 9 morning in summer, and at 10 in winter. 

Edinburgh — From Durham, Newcastle, Berwick, and places in that 
direction, and places on the north of the Forth, and by Linlith*- 



183 

gow, Falkirk, &c. also the Stirling Mail, and all places in that 
direction in the north of Scotland, arrives every morning early.— 
Departs at 9 evening. The afternoon Mail by Mid Calder, 
Whitburn, &c. arrives at 3 afternoon. Departs at 8 morning, 
and half past 8 on Sunday. 

Greenock — Port Glasgow, Rothsay, &c. arrives at 5 morning, half 
past one afternoon, and half past 7 evening. Departs at 5 morn- 
ing, immediately after arrival of London Mail ; and at half past 
3 afternoon. 

Invernry and the West Highlands, arrives nnd departs with Dum- 
barton Mail. 

Irish Mail — Arrives and departs with Ayr Mail. 

London — By Hamilton, Douglas, Moffat, &c. and all on this side 
London, arrive at Mr. Bain's, 3, Nelson-street, every morning, 
and depart from the same place, at 5 o'clock, every afternoon. 
— London^ and all beyond it, arrive every day at the same time 
and place, (Wednesday excepted) and depart every day, (Thurs- 
day excepted) fare to Carlisle ^Sf^ outside 36/6. 

Paisley — Arrives and departs with Greenock Mail. 

List of the Departure of the Mail and Stage Coaches. 

Ayr — A Coach from Mr. Bain's, 3, Nelson-street, every lawful 
day, (by Kilmarnock,) at 8 o'clock morning. From the 
Tontine, at 4 afternoon, fare 15/, outside 10/. 

Carlisle — A Coach, from Mr. Bain's Nelson- street, at 8 morning, 
on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, by Kilmarnock, Sanqu- 
har, and Dumfries, fare to Sanquhar, ^SjG, outside 16/ — Dum- 
fries, 35/, outside 24/ — Carlisle, 40/, outside 28/. 

Dumbarton — A Coach, from 625, Argyll-street, on Monday, Wed- 
nesday, atid Friday, at 5 afternoon. 

Edinburgh — A Coach (the Mail) from the Bull Inn, on Sunday, at 
8 morning, and half past 8 on other days. From No. 625, Ar- 
gyll street, at 9 morning. From the Tontine, at 10 morning, 
13/ and 9/. From the Bucks head Inn, at ] 2 noon. From 625, 
Argyll-street, gt 4 afternoon. From Mr. Bain's Nelson street, 
a Coach (the Mail) at 9 evening, fare 20/, outside 12/. 

Greenock — By Paisley, (a Coach) from Mr. Bain's, Nelson-street, 
every lawful day, at 9 morning. From the Bull Inn, at 4 after- 
noon, fare to Paisley 3/, outside 2/, to Greenock 8/, outside 5/. 

Helensburgh — A Coach from 625, Argyll-street, every lawful day 
during summer, at 4 afternoon, fare 6/, outside 5/. 

Haoiilton — A Coach from Howat's, Saracen's head Inn, Gallowgate, 
on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6 evening, 
fare 3/, outside 2/6; another Coach leaves the Bull inn, 
Hamilton, on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at 9 morning, 
departs from the Bull Inn, Glasgow, and Barr's, 371, Gallow- 
gate, at 5 afternoon. 



184. 

JCilmarttock — Conveyance by Ayr and Carlisle Coaches, fare 10/ & 7/. 

Lanark — A Coach from Saracen's head Inn, Gallowgate, on Wed- 
nesday and Saturday, at 4 afternoon, fare 10/6, outside 8/. 

London — The Mail Coach from Mr. Bain's, Nelson-street, every 
day, at 3 afternoon, fare to Carlisle by Mail, SSj and 86/6. 

Paisley — A Coach from Brash & Raid's, 170, Trongate, on Wed- 
nesday, at 5 and 7 o'clock afternoon, fare 2/6. 

Perth, by Stirling and CriefF, a Coach from the Bull Inn, and 
Mr, Bain's, Nelson-street, every lawful day at 8 morning, fare 
30/, outside 22/. 

Stirling Conveyance by the Perth Coach, fare 12/6, outside 9/. 



Carters* Quarters, with the Days 
Departure, 



Prom -whence. 
Aberdeen, 
Ayr, 
Do. 

Airdrie, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Alloa, 
Appin, 
Arbroath, 
Auchterarder, 
Auchtermuchty 

Do. 

Balfron, 

Bannockburn, 

Bathgate, 

Bells-hill, 

Beith, 

Biggar, 

Do. 

Bonhill, 

Blackburn, 

Blantyre 

Borrowstowness 

Buchanan, 

Brichen, 

Buchlyvie, 

Do. ^ - 

Callender, 

Do. 

Calder (East) 



Where lodged, 
L.W.&W. Aitkens, 6,Virg.st. 
Cuthbert's, 63, Ingram- street 
Miller's, 40, King-street 

otland's, 60, Gallowgate 
Kerr's, 81, do. 

Ferrie's & Beatoti's, Spoutmo. 
Erskine's, St. Andrew's lane 
I'vliller's, 40, King-street 
Ralston's, Jackson- street 
See Aberdeen 
Taylor's, Blacl;friars wynd 
Munn's, 64, Ingram-street and 

Weigh house 
Taykr's, Blackfriars wynd 
Munn's, 64, Ingram-street 
See Stirling Carriers 
Miller's, 40, King-street 
Erskine's St. Andrew's lane 
Angus, Stockwell 

Do. D©. 
Kerr, 81, Gallowgate 
Morrison's court, Argyll-«tr. 
Mair's, 57, High-street 
Watson's, St. Andrew's lane 
Erskine's, do. 

See Drymen Carrier 
See Aberdeen do, 
Munn's, "64, Ingram-street 
Taylor's, Blackfriars wynd 

Do. Do. on'ce a fort n 

Mair's 57, High-street 
Kerr's, 81^ Gallowgate 



of Arrival and 


Arrival. 


Departure. 


Wednes. 


Saturday 


daily 


daily 


Tues Fri 


Taes Fri 


3 times 


a week 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


uncertain 


uncertain 


Wedn&s. 


Thursday 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Tues. Fri 


Tues Fri 


Friday 


Friday 


Wednes. 


Wedn&s. 


Tues Sat 


Wed Sat 


Tues 


Tues i 


Do. 


Do. 


Mon Thu 


Tues Frid .' 


Frid 


Frid 


Wed 


Wed 


Tues Frid 


Tues Frid 


Tuesday 


Wednes. 


Do. 


Do 


Tuesday 


Wednes. f 


Wednes. 


Thurs 


Friday 


Friday '\ 



185 



'.mbaslaKgj 



ck, 



--Id, 



C 
Car: 

C3,'- 
■ Cie .: 

Crawiurdjoht), 

Creeauvn, 

Crieff, 

Do. 

Bo. 

Cumbernauld, 

Cumnock, 
Cuparfife, 

Dalmellington 

and 
N. Galloway, 
Dairy, 
Do. 

Darvel, 
Denny, 
Douglas, 
Do. 
Doun, 
Drymen, 

Dumfries, 

Dumbarton, 

Dunfermline, 

Dundee, 

Do. 

Do. 

Dunkeld, 

Eaglesham, 

Edinburgh 7 

and Leith, 3 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Where lodged. 

X Raid's, 342, Gallowgate 

Wiiier's, 40, King-street 
t-'aldane's, 26«, High-street, & 

Mair's, 57, High-&treet - 
•Mro. Nellson's, do. 
-liller's, 40, King-street 
Ivt^rr's, 81, Gallowgate 
P:vi/6, i33, Stockwell 
trskia^'s, St. Andrew's lane 
Beiii-orj's, Spoutmouth 
Mrs. Neii3oti'3, Higli-atreet 
K.-rr's, 81 Gallowgate 
■Sef: Guilov/ay 
M?ir's, 57, High-street 
Leitn's, Currie's Closs 
Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 
Leith's, Currie's Closs, and 

Mrtv Neiison's, H'gh-street 
Miller's, 40, King:-s£reet 
Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd, 
and Weigh house 

7 Miller's, 40, King-street, 
i once in 3 weeks - 

Beaton's, Spoutmouth 
Angus', Stockwell 
Kerrs, 74, New wynd 
Mair's, 57, High-street 
Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate 
Erskine's, St. Andrew's lane 
Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 
Miller's, 40, King-street, and 

Munn's, Ingram street 
Millet's, 40, King-street 
Munn's, 64, Ingram-street 
Weigh ho. & Munn's, Ing.-str. 

Do. Do. Do. 

L. & W. Aitken's, 6, Virg.-str. 
Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 
Mair's, 57, High-street 
Mrs. Currie's, 23, King-street 
Aitken's, Candleriggs, and 

Stewarts, 40, King-street 
Howie's, Montrose-street 
Jackson's, Bruns.-str. & Bell's, 

St. Andrew's square 
Relton's, North Albion- street 

Q 



Arrlnjal. 


Defafiuvf, 


4 times 


a-week 


Wednes 


Thurs 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Do. 


Do. 


Thurs 


Friday 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Tues Fri 


Tues Fri 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Thurs 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Wed Sat 


Wtd Sat 


!?riday 


Fris'ay 


Mon Tues 


Tues Wed 


Thurs 


Thurs 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Tues Fri 


Wed Sat 


Tuesday 


Wednes. 


Wei, Sat 


Wed Sat 


Tues Fri 


Tues Fri 


Friday 


Friv'::,;^ 


uncertain 


uncer.'ain 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Friday 


Friday 


4 times 


a-weefc 


Wednes 


Wednes 


4 times 


a-week 


Wednes 


Saturday 


Monday 


Tuesday 


uncertain 


uncertain 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


daily 


daily 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 



186 



From •whence. 
England, 

Do. 

Do. 



Falkirk, 

Do. 
Do. 

Finwick, 

Do. 

Fintry, 

Forres, 

Forfar, 

Fortwilliam, 

Galloway, -i 

Garlieston, C 

Gatehouse, j 

Do. 

Galstown, 

Gartmore, 

Girvan, 

Greenock and 7 

Port-Glasg. \ 

Do. 

Do. - 

Hamilton, 

Hawick, 

Helensburgh, 

Do. 

Inverary, 

Do. 

Do. - 

Inverness, 

Irvine, 

Johnston, 

Kilbiirchan, 

Kilbride, 

Kilbride,(West) 

Kilmarnock, 

Do. 

Do. 

Kilsyth, 
De. 



Where lodged. 

Howey's, Montrose-str. by N. 
Castle, York, Leeds, &c. 

Hargrave's, Bruns.-str. by Car- 
lisle, Manchester, &c. 

Welsh & Sons, Blackfriars' 
wynd, by Carlisle, Manches- 
ter, Liverpool and Leeds 

Miller's, King-str. and Mair's, 
High-street 

Kerr's, 74, New wynd 

Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 

Miller's, 40, King- street 

Kent's, 133, Stockwell 
High-street 



Beaton's, Spoutmouth 
See Aberdeen Carriers 
M«Callum's, 24, Stockwell 

Miller's, King-str. & Kerr's 
New wynd, once a-fortnight 

Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate 
Kerr's, 74, New^ wynd 
Blair's, do. 
Miller's, 40, King-street 
M'Corkle's, Virginia-str. Jack- 
son's, Brunswick-street 
Aitken's & Co. Candleriggs 
Stewart's, North Albion-treet 
Erskine's & Watson's, St. An- 
drew's lane 
Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate 
Morison's court, Argyll-street 
•— — , Stockwell 



Ralston's, Jackson-street 
Leith's, Currie's close, High-sf. 
Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 
Miller's, 40, King-street 

Do. do. 

Erskine's, St. Andrew's lane 
Kent's, 133, Stockwell 
Barr's, St. Mungo's lane 

, 48, Jamaica-street 

Miller's, 40, King-street 
Nisbet & Mackie's, 50, Stock. 
Kerr's, 74, New wynd, a Cara- 
van 

Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 
Mrs. Neilson's, High-street 



Arrival, 
daily 
Do. 

Do. 



Departure, 

daily 

Do, 

Do. 



Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Tues Frid 


Wed Sat 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


uncertain 


uncertain 


once 


a month 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Do. 


Do. 


Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 


Wednes 
Wednes 
Thursday 


daily 
Do. 


daily 
Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


3 times 


a-weefc 


Friday 
MonThur 


Saturday 
Tues Frid 


Tuesday 
once a 
Do. 


Wednes 
fortnight 
Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


uncertain 


uncertain 


Tues Frid 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Tuesday 
Wed Sat 


Wednes 
Wed Sat 


Tuesday 
Tues Frid 


Wednes 
Tues Frid 


Tues Frid 


Wed Sat 


Do. 


Do. 


4 times 


a-week 


Wed Sat 


Wed f .: 



187 



From tuhence. 
Kilwinning, 
Do. 
Kincardine, 

Kinross, 

Do. 

Do. 

Kippen, 

Do. 

Kirlrcudbright, 

Kirk:iiJyy 

Kirkintilloch, 

Lanark, 

Do. 

Do. 

Langholm, 

Largs, 

Larkhall, 

Lesmahago, 

Leadhills, 

Linlithgow, 

Lochwinnoch, 

Do. 

London, 7 

Leeds, &c. \ 

Luss, 

Mauchline, 

Maybole, 

Mearns, 

Mid-Calder, 



MinnigafF, 

Montrose, 

Moffat, 

Muirkirk, 

Neilston, 

Ne wart-hill, 

Newcastle, 

Nev/ mills 

Newton Stewart 

Do. 

Newburgh 

Oban, 

Bona, 

Appin 



Where lodged. 
[Kerr's, 74, New wynd 
Miller's, 40, King- street 
Munn's, Ingram-str. & Kerr's. 

1, Gallowgate 
Munn's, do. do. 

Weigh-house, Ingram-street 
Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 

Do. do. once a-fortnight 
Munn's, 64, Ingram-street 
Miller's, 40, King-street 
Weigh-house, Ingram-street 
Buchanan's, 4, Bell-street, and 

Mrs. Neilson's, High-street 
Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate 
Beaton's, Spoutmouth 
M'Gregor's, 442, Gallowgate 
Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate 
Angus', Stockwell 
Ersklne's, St. Andrew's lane, 

and Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate 
Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate 

Do. do. 

Kerr's, 74, New wynd, and 

Miller'e, 40, King-street 
Do. do. and Angus' Stockwell 
Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 

See English Carriers 

Ralston's, Jackson- street 
Miller's, 40, King-street 

Do. do. 

Kerr's, 74, New wynd 
Mair's, 57, High-str. & Kerr's, 

81, Gallowgate 
Miller's, 40, King-street 
See Aberdeen Carriers 
Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 
Erskine's, St Andrew's lane 
Boyle's, l7,Bndgegate 
Beaton's, Spoutmouth 
See English Carriers 
Kerr's, 74, New wynd 

Do. do. 

Miller's, 40, King-street 
Taylor's, Blackfriars' wynd 

Ralston's, Jackson-street 
M'Callum's, 24, Stockwell 



Arrival, 



Departurt. 



Thursday 


Friday 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Saturday 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Monday 


Tuesday * 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Do. 


Do. 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Tues Thu 


Wed Frid 


4 times 


a-week 


Monday 


Monday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Do. 


Do. 


Friday 


Satui;day 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Wednes 


3 times 


a-week 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Do. 


Do. 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Friday 


Friday 


Thursday 


Thursday 


once a 


fortnight 


Tues Fric 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Do. 


Do. 


Monday 


Tuesday 


once 


a-week 


Do. 


Do, 



Q 2 



Prom ivhence, 
Peebles, 
Perth, 
Do. 
Do. 
D6. 

Paisley, 
Do. 
feo. 
Do. 
PoUockshaws, 

Renton, 

Renfrew, 

Roberton and 7 
WJsfon, 5 
Saltcoats, 
.Sanquhar, 
Selkirk, 
Stewarton, 
Shotts, 
Do. 

Stirling, 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Stonehouee;, 

Strc-'.araer, 
Strathaven, 

Strontian, 

Symington, 

St. Andrew's 

Do. 

Tarbolton, 

Thprn Hill 

"Wanlochhead, 

West Quarter 

Whitburn, 

Wigton, 

Whithorn, 
Wishaw. 



N. 



iS8 

Where Icdgid. 
See Langhholm 
Aitken's, 6, Virginia-street 
Rekon's, North Aibioh*street 
Weigh-hottse, Ingram-street 
Mail's, 57, High-street 
M'Murray's, Back irynd 
Miller's, 40, King-street 
Scouller's, 2, New wynd 
At No. 115 and 167, Trongate 
Kerr's, New wynd, h. Miller's, 

King-street 
Munn's, Ingram-street, and 

M orison's court 
Morison's court 

Beaton's, Spoutmouth 

Miller's, 4©, King-street 

Do. do. 

See Langholm. 
Miller's, 40, King- street 
Robertson's, 380, Gallowgate 
Beaton's, Spoutmouth 
Miller's, 40, King-street 
Weigh-house, and Mair's, 57. 

High-street 
Mrs. Neilson's, High-street 
Taylor's, Biackfriars' wynd 
Scotland's, 60, and Kerr's, 81. 

Gallowgate 
Miller's, 40, King-street 
Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate, and 

Erskine's, St. Andrew's lane 
M*Callum's, 26, Stockwell 
Beaton's, Spoutmouth 
Munn'a, 64, Ingram-street 
Taylor's, Biackfriars' wynd 
Miller's, 40, King-street 
Taylor's, Biackfriars' wynd 
Kerr's, 81, Gallowgate 
Ferrie's, Spoutmouth 
Mair's, 57, High street 
Miller's, King-street, & Kerr's, 

New wynd 
Miller's, 40, King-Street 
Erskine's, St. Andrew's lace 



Arrival- 


Beparturc. 


daily 


daily 


twice 


a-week 


Do. 


Do. 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


daily 


daily 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Wed Sat 


Wed Safe 


Tues Frid 


Wed Sat 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Tues Frid 


Wed Frid 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Tuesday 


Wednes 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sa8 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Tues Frid 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Wed Sat 


Mon Thu 


MonThtt 


Do. 


Do. 


Tues Frid 


Wed Sat 


Tues Frid 


Tues Fri 


Tues Frid 


Wed Sat 


uncertain 


uncertain 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


4 times 


a-week 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Tuesday. 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Wednes 


Friday 


Saturday 


Friday 


Friday 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Do. 


Do. 


S times 


a-week 



189 

Managers of the POLICE of the City ofGlasgoxv, 

The Lord Provost, three BailUes, Dean of Gii'ld and Deacon con- 
venor, ex officio, and twenty-four Comrnissionersj chosen by Inhabi- 
tants posstssing houses of ^^"10 yearly rent ?.nd "upwards. 

The City is divided into twenty-fciir Wa'-ds, or Districts; un- 
der the inspection of twenty-four Commissioner*, chosen upon the 
last week of July annually, James Mitchell, Master of Police; 
15 officers, 3 of whom are Constables, and 74 Watchmen. 

REGULATIONS. 

A Constable with four Officers attend regularly at the Police 
Office, Albion-street, to call the roll of the Watchmen, half an 
hour before they take their stations, r.nd mark such as are absent. 
The Constable and Officers are thereafter to patrole the streets un- 
till between two and three in the morning, or longer if necessary, 
to observe if the Watchmen are doing their duty; to apprehend 
vagrants and disorderly persons; and to give, in writing, a report 
of the whole transactions, in the morning, to the Master of Police. 

The Watchmen are to be on their respeetive Stations, in the 
months of April to September inclusive, at 10 o'clock at night, and 
continue till 5 in the morning, and in the months of October to 
March^inclusive, at 9 o'clock at night, and continue until 6 in the 
morning. 

N.B, If the inhabitants are attentive tokeepuptheirn>umbersin 
a legible state, it will be easy for the Publisher of this work to give 
the shortest, and at the same time most accurate, direction to their 
lodgings, even where these are within Closes, by inserting their 
»ame, Street -number, and interior number, all in a line, E. G. John 
Brown, No. 22, 11, High-street; that is, in Cioss, No. 22, and No. 
II, v/ithin that Close, And they will observe, that if tbey suffer 
their numbers to be obliterated, and do not immediately replace 
them, they incur penalties. 



POLICE OF GORBALS, under the management of three 
Baillies and twelve Commissioners, chosen by Inhabitants possessing 
houses of £5 yearly rent, and upwards. The Barony is divided into 
twelve Wards, under the inspection of the Commissioners. Donald 
M'Kenzie, Master of Police. 

The Watchmen to be on their stations at 10 o'clock at night, and 
to continue UHtil 5 o'clock morning, from April to September, in- 
clusive, and until six o'clock from October till March, inclusive. 
— The Sergeants on duty to patrole the streets alternately during 
the night. To see that the Watchmen are doing their duty, the 
lamps burning properly, to apprehend suspicious or disorderly per- 
sons, all of which is to be entered in a book for the inspection of 
the Master of Police in the morning, and the Commissioners at the 
weekly board. 



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The funds are raised from the yearly rent of subjects; rented 
valued at =62 and under =€4 Sterling, yearly, 6d. per £ Sterling 
:£4 and under =66, 8d. per do.— at £6 and under =69, lOd. per 
—at £9 and upwards, Is. per do. 

Engines for extinguishing fire, under the management of th& 
Commissioners ; keys, and other appurtenances for them to be fo .(^;f 
in the Felice Office. 



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